What was I doing? Why was I here? What had I hoped to achieve from this? So many people I didn’t know! Communal living having its obvious benefits, but not that easy to suddenly just find one’s self there in the thick of it.
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To attend is to remind yourself how much we miss by relying on established institutions to deliver us our culture, pre-curated and mixed just so, on whatever silver platter they might have recently polished.
She mourns and then she is fully present, looking right through you, dancing with abandon.
Festivals like PuSh are much more sensitive and responsive to what is really happening in the world than most city theatres are. Festivals are free to focus on the right artistic priorities.
Somehow the party didn’t catch. Something better than a party followed.
There’s something inherently destabilizing (and super fun) when particular performance genres are encountered out of their habitual, safe havens.
BAAD!’s new Gothic home feels like a cross between a theater, a studio and an inn.
Festival profile: Under the Radar, New York
The IN>TIME Performance Festival continues through March 2nd at various venues throughout Chicago, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Links Hall, 6018 North, and Sector 2337. Full details can be found at in-time-performance.org.
I spit on your happiness! You are all dogs! D-A-W-G-Z dogs!
One of the great gifts science fiction can give us is the memory of how many times we’ve been spectacularly, beautifully mistaken.
Festival profile: Director Natasja van ’t Westende talks about Dancing on the Edge, a Dutch festival focusing on performers from the Middle East and North Africa.