What makes this Oklahoma more than just smart is how it ruthlessly strips away the glaze of nostalgia that usually accompanies such restagings in order to uncover what seemingly must have always lurked there, submerged just below the musical’s glossy surface.
I could go on, you should go on for me, counting heros not yet fallen.
Nice Fish, by Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins, currently playing at St. Ann’s Warehouse through March 27th, takes this activity that most of us have never engaged in and makes it – at least for me – totally, nostalgically, tragically familiar.
The director offers his latest multi-disciplinary exercise in task-based performance
Ilan Bachrach on the road from actor to festival impresario
Jerry Lieblich reflects on Daniel Fish’s A (Radically Condensed and Expanded) Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again
Jerry Lieblich interviews the director Daniel Fish
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.
From OCT 2 – 4 PRELUDE.13 celebrates ten years at the forefront of NYC performance. Be there.
In Dialogue with director Daniel Fish
Andy looks back on his week that was from The Elephant Room to The Opera to David Foster Wallace and a “happening” in Greenpoint.
PRELUDE, everyone’s favorite annual don’t-miss festival sneak peek of the upcoming season by NYC-based theater and performance artists returns to The Segal Center, October 12-14, 2011.