Benson’s voiceover technique does all the good stuff and almost none of the bad stuff that you usually get from utilizing a narrator in the theater.
Please Fuck Off Jérôme Bel or A 50 Year Old French White Man Makes An All Bodies Matter Dance and I Hate It
Yes! A literal PARADE of surface level DIVERSITY.
Everyone deserves equal access to a full, vibrant creative life, which is essential to a healthy and democratic society. – from Americans for the Arts: Statement on Cultural Equity On Saturday evening, as part of Bridging: A French-American Dialogue on Diversity and Inclusion in
In the polarity of young and old, there lies the lunacy of the human mind, a peephole into our own fraught psychosis.
On Monday, December 7th, at 7:30 p.m., New York Live Arts will host the second of a series of Open Spectrum Community Dialogues, produced in association with MAPP International Productions. Culturebot, as critical partner, reached out to each participant to publish contextual essays both prior to and post dialogue, and we
How are we expanding the cultural diversity narrative through creative works?
French playwright Joris Lacoste on his latest work with spoken language.
X-ID, a pop-up repertory company, will bring together a diverse group of theater artists to examine the occurrence of intercultural cross-play on American stages.
An essay response to the Big Outdoor Site-Specific Stuff Festival (Oct. 23-25, 2015)
thINKingDANCE’s Zornitsa Stoyanova reflects on performing unclothed in “shatter:::down” and “Mylar Storms”. Philadelphia, 2013.
The following is an excerpt from Chapter 20 (pp. 261 – 264) of Mark Fisher’s book How To Write About Theatre, published by Bloomsbury and released in paperback in August, 2015. In any discussion about theatre and criticism, there’s usually one wag who stands up
Th opening of “Life & Times – Episodes 7-8-9” marks the end of Nature Theater of Oklahoma as an ensemble of makers and players.