A response to Rude Mechs and Deborah Hay’s MATCH-PLAY at New York Live Arts
Aaron Sanders reports live from deep inside the Austin Pig Pile.
Austin’s Rude Mechs return to the roots by reviving Richard Shechner’s seminal “Dionysus in ’69” this fall at NYLA
This May in Austin, we continue our examination of new models of critical engagement and the pressing issues of contemporary performance
Our first report from Philadelphia this season finds the Rude Mechs continuing to win praise for “The Method Gun”
Starting this weekend, the Live Arts Festival brings a host of the best modern dance and experimental theater from around the world to Philadelphia
Portland’s TBA Festival is heavy on NYC artists, with a pair of great NW choreographers rounding out Cathy Edwards’ last season on the job as curator
Isaac Butler on narrative, Belarus Free Theater returns to New York, Fusebox Fest announces line-up, and a dance critic admits she can be shallow (and feels terrible for it)
Don’t miss this show.
…or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New Russian Drama Fest
More news: American arts vitality hits new low, Rocco Landesman et al. on improving American theater at #Newplay Fest, and Sam Brownback aims to make Kansas the first art-free state in the union.
Breaking String, an ambitious young Austin theatre company, presents a festival of new Russian theatre.