A response to Rude Mechs and Deborah Hay’s MATCH-PLAY at New York Live Arts
She looks directly at me, and I show her how I’m listening. The exchange has nothing to do with language.
Katie Gaydos responds to New York Live Arts’ Live Ideas Festival.
Cathy Weis and Julie Martin’s film screening and informal discussion series “Sundays on Broadway” begins with documentary films of “9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering” from 1966.
Curator and producer Michèle Steinwald makes a modest proposal to the field of contemporary dance.
The iconic choreographer continues her exploration of the solo as part of Platform12: Judson Now
Andy responds to Danspace Project’s Conversations Without Walls about “Some Sweet Day” at MoMA, recording included.
This is the third article in a multi-part essay Andy is writing that examines the relationship between performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.
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
UTR, COIL and APAP showcase coverage of Gob Squad, Ranters Theatre, 2boys.tv, and Fitzgerald & Stapleton.
Name: Deborah Black Title/Occupation: performer URL: www.deborahblack.net 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew up in rural, western Pennsylvania, about 1.5 hours southeast of Pittsburgh in the Appalachian Mountains. My grandfather had a fairly