Here, humor and failure coexist comfortably; there is room for both at all times.
Claire Tighe considers the first installment of the Port Cities Project: Port Cities NYC.
Katie Dean on Stacy Grossfield’s “Hot Dark Matter” @ JACK.
The Chocolate Factory Theater in Queens could present difficulties for an artist looking for an unobstructed space in which to realize his or her vision. Choreographer Beth Gill, however, used the theater’s odd dimensions and bare brick walls to her advantage in her latest work,
Margaret Tudor on Daniel Kok and Luke George’s ‘Bunny’ @ Abrons Arts Center.
When we are dancing are we working?
Esther Neff reflects on “Words and [ ]”, a durational conference produced by School of Making Thinking (SMT) in Montreal, May 6-8, 2016.
There’s a density of experience in being alone that is almost irreconcilable. Almost impenetrable. Some people call it a void but I find it totally not void-y. It’s. Unavoidable.
The epigraph to Jordan Jaffe’s new play, Crude, reads, “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be” — Ralph Waldo Emerson. This quotation is followed by a dictionary definition of the word “crude,” offering six citations, from “in
A multimedia exploration of Gorey’s private life. Photo by Jenny Anderson.
Half Straddle’s Ghost Rings at New York Live Arts
This is athletic, you fuckers.