Parson slowly and deftly reverses the lens, edging away from the endlessly verbal Sam and leaving us with only Bess.
I could go on, you should go on for me, counting heros not yet fallen.
what do people feel is owed them in life? What do the living owe the dead? What happens to people when they don’t get what they feel is owed them and how far are people willing to go to bridge that gap?
Emily Johnson/Catalyst is an artist for the coming age. Big Dance Theater’s subversively brilliant, mmm… at this point in their careers perhaps brilliantly subversive makes more sense. Day 4 of the January Festival Feast, more COIL and American Realness.
Paul Lazar and Annie-B nail it with a re-imagining of Euripide’s “Alcestis” that counts among the best Next Wave has offered this year
Andy’s weekend round-up with reviews of Balkan Express at Dixon Place, The Assassins Chase Pinocchio, When A Priest Marries A Witch and Nerve Tank’s OPAL.
Your (usually) weekly weekend what’s what from the intrepid underpaid staff of Cullturebot
The World Premiere of 1965UU by Mac Wellman, starring Paul Lazar, directed by Stephen Mellor September 11 – October 4, Thurs-Sat @ 8pm $15 More than two years in development, 1965UU is a solo performance written by Mac Wellman (winner of numerous Obie awards, recent