I’m not sure I would call Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie a play, as such, if only because a play suggests an exterior blueprint which is then built or enacted by a group of performers and designers. The Mad Ones appear to build out – they start with what is generally interior, a collection of tiny behavioral tells that shape human intention, and construct around it.
Is this enough
Is this fucked
Is this now
Is this boring
Ruminations on Three Genres of Improvisation curated by David Garland, Roxane Butterfly, Tim O’Donnell and Sarah Young for Performance Mix 30th Anniversary season.
Notes from MR Spring Fest Hand Written Notes and Vanessa Anspaugh’s “End of Men: An Ode to Ocean.”
Andy’s “Five Lectures on Performance” are now online at Vimeo, SoundCloud and iTunes.
Andy lectures on how creativity, collaboration and improvisation are central to the creation of Democracy in America.
Lydia talks to Nadia Tykulsker, Katie Dean, and Heather Bregman about “Sheathings from a Steep Slope” and “HERE I AM AGAIN ALONE AGAIN” at Triskelion Arts this weekend
Lydia Mokdessi talks to Maura Donohue about “zero…sixty” at Roulette