Director David Herskovits and performer Steve Rattazzi discuss the company’s imaginative new production of “The Tempest,” opening this week at HERE Arts Center
More (lots more!) on narrative in theater, plus NYCB wants their dancers to shut the hell up, and more
Why will dancers let you into rehearsal but not actors? What is the difference between challenging and abusing your audience? Why doesn’t Mike Daisey care that Steve Jobs is ill? All this and more, from around the interwebs.
Grow up is such a relative term. I’m sure this questions gets lots of creative answers.
[I’m tired, I’ll try and add links later!] Okay so Wednesday I headed down to HERE ARTS CENTER to see OH WHAT WAR, Mallory Catlett & Co.’s new multimedia meditation on war from the doughboy’s perspective. The set looks like a WWI trench populated by
Hello all! First of all, my apologies to Andy who seems to have really missed his writers. I was gone from New York and from the country, with often limited internet access and even more limited access to theater, dance and music events. In any
Culturebot PICK! HERE Arts Center and knife inc. present oph3lia Written & directed by Aya Ogawa We know what we are, but know not what we may be… Three disparate stories of displacement, inspired by Shakespeare’s character, are interwoven in this haunting and playful exploration
We’ve all been having this conversation in private for a LONG time. Now Mike Daisey has not only made it public, he’s made it BIG TIME. Come join in the conversation as he takes his show to the Barrow Street Theatre. And then let’s figure