Dan Safer is the devil you’ve been dying to dance with and Ae Andrea’s enviable lines and swag make them an optimal fiend friend for that card.
A composite of quite ordinary gestures that combine to make something novel, much in the way the entire play uses old poses in service of a show much more than an aesthetic or expressionistic dance.
The director of Witness Relocation discusses staging an odyssey through a yard-sale in their third production of a new play by Charles Mee
Tony Torn and Dan Safer talk about how they out together the coolest show onstage this month
“Giant Yves Klein All Out Attack” – Dan Safer, Mike Mikos wrestling in paint at Exit Art as part of Culturebot’s “Ephemeral Evidence” project.
In “All Hands,” opening this week at IAP, the Obie-winning company stages its largest exploration of how Americans stage community yet
The choreographer and director behind the well-known dance-theater company speaks about the aleatory performance being showcased at DNA
American artists – NTUSA, Miguel Gutierrez, Annie-B Parson and Dan Safer – use a few minutes of a French movie as the basis for their performances. Presented in association with Les Subsistances.
Target Margin studies ESL and Witness Relocation surprises, while Nonsense Company could stand a fresh pair of eyes
Okay. So long story short. Some of you saw my lecture at JTS (I will post the video soon) where I demonstrated how The Wooster Group’s Hamlet was more Jewish than The Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre’s staging of Gimpel Tam. Trust me, it makes sense. Basically,