Andy writes up his busy week of shows including a jazz opera called Mobro and work from Kyle Abraham, Tere O’Connor, Mini Teater Ljubljana and Martha Clarke.
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The Bessie-award winning choreographer discusses her latest performance-installation work
A lot of great things have been said about Judy Hussie-Taylor’s Platform structures at Danspace Project. They’ve served as great mobilizers of artists as advocates, curators, and creators and as springboards for a great range of dialogues among the various audiences who attend any (or
It’s going to be a glorious weekend, so read up on how CBOT’s not-so-far-flung correspondents are seeing shows so you don’t have to
Food and puppet performance at Incubator Arts followed by Arturo Vidich helping to close out “Body Madness: Absurdity & Wit” at Danspace
A discussion of the Platform series, including reviews of Miguel Gutierrez, Cori Olinghouse, et al., with reference to the fiction of Douglas Coupland, pools of swimming rats, and the booze consumption of CBOT contributors
Choreographer Ursula Eagly combines dance and comic books in a way to make Julie Taymor (and her investors) green with envy
Culturebot Contributor Maura Donohue speaks with Patricia Hoffbauer who is at Danspace Project this week on a shared program with The Adventure, in the culminating event of Trajal Harrell’s Platform “certain difficulties, certain joy.”
Is three nights of dance in a week too much? Not if it includes Pina Bausch, an evening of emerging choreographers that’s not a chore to watch, and hippie Franco-Argentinian dance that makes you feel stoned.
Kyle Abraham is working a successful mix of dazzle and poignancy to great effect. Last weekend, he premiered “The Radio Show” to packed houses at Danspace Project. He’s been on my watch list since seeing his solo and group works, “Brick” and “The Dripping Kind”
Just go. Really. I mean, you can read the rest of this post, I hope you will, but ultimately you just need to get over to Danspace Project and see Yoshiko Chuma’s Not About Romanian Cinema:POONARC because it is absolutely magical. It is running through