It’s about how we try to use stories to explain things that we otherwise can’t explain, and how sometimes even those stories don’t do the work for us. How do we keep doing the work after the story?
John Gutierrez writes from inside “This Bridge Called My Ass” from Miguel Gutierrez
Tequila shots are passed around before the show starts. A friendly gesture to start off with the right attitude or a kind warning: you might need this to better navigate the next hour. Maybe both. Loud music starts, and Truscott comes on stage wearing a
Alex Romania reflects on Luke George’s “Not About Face” at the Chocolate Factory Theater.
Performance-maker Andrea Kleine returns after a ten-year hiatus with a piece inspired by a tendentious 1977 on-air interview with Yvonne Rainer
Eric Conroe talks to Karinne Keithley Syers
The Chocolate Factory’s Brian Rogers talks to Daniel Fish and Andrew Dinwiddie about their collaboration on “PHIL. 176 / OBIT” opening March 22, 2014 at The Bushwick Starr.
Jeremy M. Barker responds to Mallory Catlett’s “This Was the End”, playing through March 8 at The Chocolate Factory.
Culturebot contributor Jeremy M. Barker discusses the new play “Muazzez” with Mac Wellman and the playwright’s long collaboration with actor Steve Mellor.
Lydia Mokdessi talks with dancer/choreographer Anna Sperber, who presents “The Superseded Third” at The Chocolate Factory Theater this week.
Kristen Kosmas talks about “There There” at the Chocolate Factory/COIL Festival
One day everyone will realize that Kristen Kosmas is one of the most singularly gifted, unique and important “playwrights” of her generation. And I am using the word “playwright” because it is, at the moment, the most familiar label for people who write words that are performed