Trash Cuisine and Can’t Get Right 2.0
As January festival season wraps up, I want to touch on a few of the pieces I’ve caught at the Public’s Under the Radar Festival that I haven’t yet had a chance to. Belarus Free Theater’s Minsk 2011: A reply to Kathy Acker. This is
The Edinburgh Fringe’s catalogue is released, and CBOT idly scrolls through it over lunch trying to figure out what we’ve heard of
Vivarium Studio gets their visas (good job everyone!), theater artists offer more thoughtful takes on the intersection of money and art, and more
Isaac Butler on narrative, Belarus Free Theater returns to New York, Fusebox Fest announces line-up, and a dance critic admits she can be shallow (and feels terrible for it)
News from around the interwebs: Theater gets political (and politicized), dance goes contortionist in the new economy, Portland fields its best up-and-coming theatrical talent & more.
Belarus Free Theater uses the work of Harold Pinter to shine light on a dark corner of Europe, and Reggie Watts and friends talk about some dumb-awesome stuff