The Field has launched GOTOUR — its new website for independent performing artists, arts administrators, and audiences nationwide.
I met with the members of the National Theater of the United States of America after a performance of their show Whats That On My Head!?! on Friday, January 30th, in the office of their space at The Nest in D.U.M.B.O. In the room were
Culturebot and P.S. 122 present an evening of tales of romantic disaster and amorous misfortunes in this anti-valentine’s day reading by some of NYC’s finest, funniest and most beloved bloggers.
If you have never seen Taylor Mac before, youre missing out. This writer/performers newest creation is morbidly entitled, Cardiac Arrest or Venus on a Half Clam. And no, I cant explain the title.
What happens when you put Elena Ceausescu, Imelda Marcos, Eva Peron and Madame Mao in a room for a posthumous tea party? Find out in the newest version of The Ladies from The Civilians. Culturebot saw it last year as a work-in-progress and it was
Little Theatre, a monthly evening of performance, returns to Tonic on Monday, January 26th.
Check out this interview with Susan Bernfield and Emily DeVoti of New Georges by Theater2K editor Brook Stowe.
So, another Arts Presenters Conference has come and gone, leaving behind a sea of exhausted performers and curators.
Culturebot has spies everywhere! Over the holidays one of our intrepid Culturebot Agents braved the Atlantic and journeyed to London to bring back tales of Jerry Springer: The Opera.
Last night P.S. 122 started off 2004 with two new shows and a huge party.
(The second part of our interview with Mark Russell)
(photo by Anna Barry-Jester for the Village Voice) For the past twenty years Mark Russell has been the executive and artistic director of P.S. 122. In December 2003 he resigned from his position to seek out new and bigger challenges. Culturebot took this opportunity to