When it comes to representation, the question of whose vantage point is accepted as the default. Whose story reads as universal?
A very telling moment occurs right at the top of American Juggalo, a new play produced by collective Unattended Baggage, at HERE Arts Center that closed March 3. After a projected slideshow introduces us in the briefest possible way to the Insane Clown Posse, Juggalos,
Sad clowns, hobo clowns, birthday party clowns, crust-punk clowns, burning man hula hoopers dressed like clowns…juggalos! I don’t consider myself any of them.
What does it mean to live and die in the age of Social Media? This is the question at the heart of Five on a Match’s Seen/By Everyone at HERE Arts Center. Set in a limbo-like bar, aptly named Acheron (the Greek river of woe
A multimedia exploration of Gorey’s private life. Photo by Jenny Anderson.
Authenticity and filial responsibility in A. Rey Patmatmat’s HOUSE RULES at HERE.
Amelia Parenteau talks to Travis Russ before the opening of Life Jacket Theatre Company’s new work.
Pushing boundaries was at the heart of Jean Genet’s seminal literary work, Our Lady of the Flowers, which weaves a highly sensational tale of promiscuity and murder in the seedy underbelly of Paris. Our Lady of the Flowers, written in 1943, became a major influence
An interview with the creative team of My Favorite Character Was the Talking Vase.
MONEY LAB proves that theatre and the market are equally unpredictable.
Jenna Clark Embrey responds to HARP artist Joseph Silovsky’s Send for the Million Men at HERE Arts Center
Milo Cramer interviews Clare Barron about her play YOU GOT OLDER, which just concluded a run at HERE, produced by Page 73