One of the great gifts science fiction can give us is the memory of how many times we’ve been spectacularly, beautifully mistaken.
Frank Boyd is the sort of supremely talented performer whose craft is so refined it’s nearly invisible. For all I know, he might very well be a sweaty, smalltime jazz DJ who lives on a diet of coffee, peanuts and Charlie Parker in real life.
An audio post! A theatre writer and dance writer discuss Faye Driscoll’s THANK YOU FOR COMING: ATTENDANCE.
Editor’s Note: Responses to given shows have a short shelf-life. This is a response to a show that we didn’t originally intend to publish a response to, in fact. Originally, I intended to write an article about it myself. In the end, I shelved the
The Minneapolis-based choreo returns to NYC as part of PS 122’s COIL Festival
PS 122 maybe homeless, but they’ve got a pair of fine shows coming, Danspace Project’s season looks wonderful, and both institutions supporting Crossing the Line
PS 122’s COIL Festival showcases two companies whose work takes inspiration from the American cinematic imagination.
Culturebot’s Aaron Mattocks interviews the inimitable Jack Ferver to find out what was on and in his mind as he created his new show Rumble Ghost, based on the cult classic horror film Poltergeist and “Inner Child Work” therapy.