What happens to “the sublime” of European Romanticism after the death of the author and the birth of tumblr? Can you “share” it? Can you “like” it? And can you stage it? “I would love if someone saw the show and said, ‘I’m going to
CULTUREBOT and Under The Radar present a series of Long Table conversations on the most current and compelling ideas at work in the field of contemporary theater and the conditions in which it is being made. Join leading practitioners, thinkers and supporters of contemporary theater for lively discussions on the state of the field and what the future might hold.
Went to The Kitchen Saturday for the opening night of Radiohole’s newest work Inflatable Frankenstein. It was an incredible return to form – or maybe next step – for one of my absolute favorite performance groups. After Whatever, Heaven Allows (that felt rather inert & lifeless to me, not
One day everyone will realize that Kristen Kosmas is one of the most singularly gifted, unique and important “playwrights” of her generation. And I am using the word “playwright” because it is, at the moment, the most familiar label for people who write words that are performed
The writer/director discusses his Elmo monodrama “Furry”.
The NYC theater company is “breaking apart the actual location we are working in and taking this space and trying to distill…the spirit of the Yard.”
Culturebot founder Andy Horwitz talks about where we’ve been and where we’re going in a manifesto, of sorts, gazing into the future.
What is the difference between Visual Art Performance and Contemporary Performance and why does it matter? Andy proposes some questions and answers.
Irish director Gavin Quinn of Pan Pan Theatre talks about “The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane,” coming to the New York this month
Alyssa Alpine talks with ERS’s director about “The Select,” which just opened at NYTW and plays through early October
A new essay on Howlround has ideas for improving children’s theater by ending the condescension and making more engaging experiences. The same should be true for adult theater.
One of Ireland’s most exciting young theater companies re-presents one of their most talked-about works in early August