Just like everyone who translates Dante’s Inferno gets to draw some picture of all the rings of hell, so too does everyone who writes about a Maxwell show get to comment on the plain, emotionless delivery the esteemed writer/director brings to his shows. I will not forgo my opportunity.
Ms. Drury, without being too showy, infuses our experience with evocative contradictions, challenges, and perceptions of imagery, some of it imagined, but somehow, magically, some of it real, pulled from our own memories and allowed to commingle with our internal experience of the play for a split second.
The Kitchen turns 40 with a dance-heavy season, the Chocolate Factory offers an eclectic mix, and Abrons presents some known commodities
Up and coming shows at Montreal’s Festival TransAmériques: Miguel Guttierez, Richard Maxwell, Crystal Pite, Ballets C de la B, and more