This is Peter Pan set in a dystopian futureland, the music acting as a remnant of a memory of a time when feeling was more possible, when childhood was more innocent; before we found ourselves up against a neon wall, staring out at the void, attempting to determine if we’ve (finally, like Peter did when he flew back one night only to find the window closed against him) reached a point of no return.
This performance contains the hottest chair dance I’ve ever seen.
Despite the rich potential, “Chambre” replicates problematic interpretations of Genet’s play dating back to the 1950s
Culturebot dance writers catch up: Jack Fervor, Raja & Tzeta, John Jasperse, My Barbarian.
Newest installment of Culturebot Scanner to get the word out about what we’re excited to see over the next two weeks.
The multidisciplinary artist and his long-time dramaturg discuss taking on Tennessee Williams
CBOT special contributor Julie Potter tackles Jack Ferver, Wally Cardona, and Jeremy Wade at American Realness
Culturebot’s Aaron Mattocks interviews the inimitable Jack Ferver to find out what was on and in his mind as he created his new show Rumble Ghost, based on the cult classic horror film Poltergeist and “Inner Child Work” therapy.