Festival profile: Under the Radar, New York
Breathe. Breathe. And try to hold the space.
The IN>TIME Performance Festival continues through March 2nd at various venues throughout Chicago, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Links Hall, 6018 North, and Sector 2337. Full details can be found at in-time-performance.org.
Hands as knife, like a dictator’s arm, the brute use of force; hands as cups, open to receiving or a tool for sustaining…
Nice Fish, by Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins, currently playing at St. Ann’s Warehouse through March 27th, takes this activity that most of us have never engaged in and makes it – at least for me – totally, nostalgically, tragically familiar.
‘I’ll Never Love Again’ premieres at The Bushwick Starr this week. The show, which is described as “part concert and part archaeological dig about first love, first heartbreak, and how those formative teenage experiences haunt the rest of our lives,” was created using excerpts from Barron’s actual teenage diary, and is performed by a “choir of downtown’s finest.”
Human Head Performance Group’s Due to Events, a curious collection of play pieces that have been constructed by Jean Ann Douglass and Eric John Meyer into a performance that runs through February 27th at The Brick, embraces a squirrely sense of logic that creates an
Dan O’Neil reimagines a joke he once heard to the tune of VERSAILLES 2016, a ‘play within a party’ by This is Not a Theatre Company
On Monday night, New York Live Arts kicked off the 2016 Live Ideas festival, MENA/Future, which is devoted to a generation of artists whose creative networks across socio-political divides reveal a diverse and future-oriented vision for the Middle East North African region. I was in
Now this, let’s look at this. Look closely. Now forget that, what about this?
harunalee, the wildly imaginative performance ensemble helmed by Kristine Haruna Lee, is transforming The Club at La Mama into a memory palace. The piece is said to be “a little bit cosmos and a little bit party.” Wanting to know a little bit more, Culturebot
Dan O’Neil reflects on immersive theater making via a response to THE GRAND PARADISE