With the election looming Andy meditates on America and some shows he saw over the past few months.
Ishmael Houston-Jones’ THEM at PS122 calls out a rousing alarm from the darkness of the AIDS crisis while Kidd Pivot’s DARK MATTERS treads more lightly on the existential dark within.
Peak Performances at Montclair just released its fall season info. Includes work from David Gordon, Jerome Savary and much more. Full line-up after the jump and/or visit www.peakperfs.org…
American Premiere of Lolita: An Imagined Opera April 3 • 7:30PM April 4 • 8:00PM April 5 • 3:00PM Alexander Kasser Theater in Montclair, NJ. Looks cool! To learn more, watch this video in which composer Joshua Fineberg speaks on his work:
If you haven’t been out to Montclair’s PEAK PERFORMANCES series yet (shame on you!) but if you haven’t, this is a good reason to go. Auteur and Provocateur Jan Fabre is bringing the world premiere of his new work ORGY OF TOLERANCE. It is
Okay so a quick wrap-up of the week that was: Monday – Columbus Day, I have no idea what I did. No idea. Worked. Tuesday – ETHEL’s Truck Stop at BAM – pretty good. Not amazing, but enjoyable. Wednesday – WOYZECK at BAM – eh.
A few years ago former-DV8 performer Liam Steel and his company Stan Won’t Dance brought their show Sinner to NYC which John Rockwell called “British physical theater at its finest” in the NY Times. Well, now we get to see the source of this intense,