While the subject matter is dead serious, the style and aesthetic approach feels giddy, unafraid of big stupid choices when they’re appropriate.
Parson slowly and deftly reverses the lens, edging away from the endlessly verbal Sam and leaving us with only Bess.
Emily Johnson/Catalyst is an artist for the coming age. Big Dance Theater’s subversively brilliant, mmm… at this point in their careers perhaps brilliantly subversive makes more sense. Day 4 of the January Festival Feast, more COIL and American Realness.
Meg Weeks, Hannah Cullen, and Emie Hughes respond to Netta Yerushalmy, Julian Barnett, and Big Dance Theater
A forward-looking backward glance at a decade of PRELUDE by Jeffrey M. Jones
From OCT 2 – 4 PRELUDE.13 celebrates ten years at the forefront of NYC performance. Be there.
After 13 years The Collapsable Hole is shutting its doors for good.
Did you miss Ich, Kurbisgeist at The Chocolate Factory? Curious about what Annie-B, Paul and their ever-evolving band of collaborators are up to? Then make it over to Dixon Place on Friday, January 11, grab a drink at The Lounge and settle in from 7:30 –
Andy catches us up on what he’s been doing since May 10 and what is coming up in the next few weeks.
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