Tina Satter’s direction and Half Straddle’s pitch-perfect company establish and then maintain an unblinking focus that cuts through the dissipating fog and rewards the audience’s taut attention.
That is, of course, impossible, I don’t know what Ashley was thinking [laughter].
Hurricane Sandy by way of giraffe costume by way of Beyoncé.
Elena Light on Yve Laris Cohen’s “formal drama and human ordinariness.”
Gillian Walsh’s “Scenario: Script to Perform” runs April 9-11 at the Kitchen.
Stormy responds to Samita Sinha’s “Cipher” at The Kitchen.
Elena Light responds to Dean Moss’ “johnbrown.”
Culturebot’s completely unbiased guide to January Festival Season in NYC. At your service to help manage the Madness.
An essay on performance, art and getting paid, inspired by Simon Leung’s ACTIONS! at The Kitchen
“Digital Sanctuaries” , a “broken word opera” & an evil clown are just a few cool things to do in the next few weeks.
Lydia Mokdessi does a round-up of some of the exciting things fall holds for NYC performance.
Newest installment of Culturebot Scanner to get the word out about what we’re excited to see over the next two weeks.