The timeless, classic Cubana Rican performance artist stand-up comic Marga Gomez leans into her fears and at large: the pitfalls of friendship and failed perseverance that bog down all of humanity.
But the tortoises bring a different element. They seem trustworthy. You can really count on them to play their part.
The language in the play is often poetic and strange, shining unexpected light on the real, sad ways that we often miss one another, even as we suffer in close proximity.
You take a risk, almost kill yourself, you find a solution and go from there. Your solution is what you are starting with.
An exploration of the ‘course-driven’ theater structure via CHASE – WHAT MATTERS MOST at Dixon Place
Dan O’Neil and Jennifer Cayer attended ‘tiger tiger (on the nature of violence)’ at Dixon Place on separate nights. Then they wrote this.
Amelia Parenteau responds to Jessica Almasy’s ‘tiger tiger (on the nature of violence)’ at Dixon Place
An interview with Francis Weiss Rabkin
massima selene desire on James Gardella’s “glitter fabulous” presented as part of HOT! at Dixon Place.
In “Andy Warhol’s 15 (Color Me, Warhol),” director/choreographer Raja Feather Kelly offers up Andy Warhol’s take on “A Chorus Line”
“is the fight really worth it?”
Jessica Almsay talks to playwright Kristine Haruna Lee about her play WAR LESBIAN, currently running at Dixon Place.