DTW and the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company officially announce their merger to become New York Live Arts.
Yasuko Yokoshi’s work has long been engaged in questions around cultural authenticity and identity – as impacted in a mobile and fluid world where the merging of cultures is increasingly prevalent. As an artist she has been called both “unruly” and “enigmatic,” revealing the thorny
they wanna check my papers see what I carry around, credentials are boring i burnt them at the burial ground… – M.I.A. birdflu Sahar Javendani is showing her newest work-in-progress as part of DTW’s Studio Series. The Studio Series is meant as a research laboratory
If I could, I would go back to DTW for the next 3 nights with someone new to see Bruno Beltrao/Grupa de Rua’s “H3” each time. I want to watch this work work. And work it does, on so many levels. It’s a physically brutal
Put on my wellies and slogged through the slushfest last night to attend Dance Theater Workshop’s “Fresh Tracks” benefit. It was well worth it. If this particular program (for this 45-year old series) is an accurate barometer of our current artistic atmosphere, I’d forecast rich
I’m moderating a follow up to last year’s “Relevance of the University” Lobby Talk. It’s this Tuesday, 7:30 at Dance Theater Workshop – 219 W. 19th St. Panelists include Juliana May, David Neumann, Jana Feinman, Gerald Casel, and hopefully… Susan Marshall. Lobby Talks are more
I promised Andy I’d send a bio months ago and instead posted a bunch of APAP blog responses. Since I’m in the midst of prepping and touring to Hawaii (yessss), I’m not seeing anything for the next week and half and can take the moment
Its June and that means there’s lots of queertastic entertainment coming your way. For instance: Neil Greenberg’s ” Really Queer Dance with Harps and Quartet with Three Gay Men” June 11-14, 18-21 at 7:30pm $25/$15(Discount) at Dance Theater Workshop http://www.dancetheaterworkshop.org/greenberg And also the HOT FEST