pathetic is writer/director Julia Jarcho’s riff on Racine’s Phedre, the neo-classical exploration of a woman’s lust, so of course it takes place in a high school.
We are constantly delighting each other with things and discoveries and even in scenes where the characters are brutal and cruel beyond imagination to each other—as soon as we get out of character, everyone is so full of laughter and joy.
Aesthetically, Tiny Hornets lives in the neighborhood of a surrealist depiction of an early twentieth-century carnival—somewhere in between a sober version of Burning Man and Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue.
25 years ago, in a large room in the Gowanus Arts Building that stands just outside the window of my Gowanus apartment, the Gowanus Arts Exchange, founded by Marya Warshaw (who remains the executive director), started hosting rehearsals, performances, and classes. It sat just across
harunalee, the wildly imaginative performance ensemble helmed by Kristine Haruna Lee, is transforming The Club at La Mama into a memory palace. The piece is said to be “a little bit cosmos and a little bit party.” Wanting to know a little bit more, Culturebot
Morgan Green responds to ‘How To Get Into Buildings’ at the Brick
the Dada which crept into unsuspecting audience participant
“is the fight really worth it?”
Jessica Almsay talks to playwright Kristine Haruna Lee about her play WAR LESBIAN, currently running at Dixon Place.
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