This month, Brooklyn-based choreographer Nadia Tykulsker and her collective, Spark(edIt) Arts, will debut a pair of performance endeavors. The first is a new work, Saw You Yesterday, made for four dancers atop a continuously spinning platform. The second is a new curatorial initiative, Soft Openings,
Stormy Budwig considers honesty, youth, fear, Marina, Ann Liv, and Sherry.
Performance-maker Andrea Kleine returns after a ten-year hiatus with a piece inspired by a tendentious 1977 on-air interview with Yvonne Rainer
Lighting designer Elliot Jenotopoulos in conversation with Alexandra Pinel.
Playwright Kyoung H. Park interviews Young Jean Lee about her play Straight White Men, running at The Public Theater through December 14th.
Filmmaker Sam Green on his live documentary “The Measure of All Things,” screening at The Kitchen this weekend.
A belated hello from Culturebot’s new Editors, Lydia Mokdessi and Sarah Rose Leonard
Georgina Escobar responds to Sister Sylvester’s “The Maids’ The Maids”.
Andy shares some thoughts on Bach, Counterpoint, The Enlightenment, Programming Languages and Aesthetics.
If the reader will permit me to pierce the critical veil, for one brief instance, I’d like to relate a conversation that took place between myself and a friend at a bar in Chelsea, while watching a Jets playoff game in mid-January 2011. My friend
In their play That Poor Dream, which recently concluded a run at the New Ohio Theatre, the downtown theater collective the Assembly freely adapted Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations to bring that classic into the twenty-first century, drawing inspiration from an eclectic list of politically-oriented