This September, BAM’s Next Wave Festival kicks off with a line-up that ranges from Kronos Quartet to the Berliner Ensemble, Big Dance Theater, John Jasperse, and the Merce Cunningham Company’s Farewell Tour
What could be a satirical “take” on the Nutcracker in the hands of others is rather played out in The Hard Nut as a beautiful, bold, sensitive, nuanced, and totally earnest coming-of-age story – this IS the Nutcracker.
Culturebot’s Aaron Mattocks recounts his unique experience of seeing Cosmin Manolescu and Sasha Waltz last week.
Sasha Waltz’s GEZEITEN at BAM is disappointing.
Welcome to Culturebot’s new weekly column about what we’re seeing and writing about: this week, we’ve got more French dance, a new sensory play from Austin, and a pair of shows about women whose names start with “P.”
Ralph Lemon’s new work “How Can You Stay In The House All Day And Not Go Anywhere?” is an idiosyncratically personal exploration of life and loss.
Culturebot contributor Maura Donohue sat down for five questions with David Thomson who appears in Ralph Lemon’s “How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere” at BAM this week.
Is three nights of dance in a week too much? Not if it includes Pina Bausch, an evening of emerging choreographers that’s not a chore to watch, and hippie Franco-Argentinian dance that makes you feel stoned.
Culturebot contributor Alyssa Alpine examines the production and funding process of Ralph Lemon’s new work.