Five Questions: Sam Schanwald with Hannah Wasileski, the projections designer from SLEEP
slowdanger is a performance duo from Pittsburgh. They are Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight, who speak their minds both alone and together. We talk about the queerness of being a multidisciplinary artist and the influence of technology on dance work, among much more. Their collaboration
We’ve written a very hopeful apocalypse.
Anchuli Felicia King is a multidisciplinary artist of Thai-Australian descent who works primarily in live theater.
La MaMa’s Squirts celebrates its 5th anniversary with a series of intergenerational duets to “mend the queer generation gap, or at least bedazzle it.” Now more than ever… now more than never, we’re all going to have to protect legacies and build futures together.
Aw man. I wish I was a kick ass Trumpet player or something.
Editors Note: We caught up with Alice Pencavel, who has written a few wonderful pieces for this very publication and now has a show coming up in the United Solo Festival on Tuesday, October 18th. Where did you grow up and how did you end
“I really wish I knew how to drive.” – Jess Barbagallo responds to FIVE QUESTIONS
I don’t want to pretend that being alive is not a big deal.
Culturebot contributor Stormy Budwig chats with Sam Kim about the premier of “Sister to a Fiend” at Gibney Dance March 4-7.
Stormy talks to Cynthia Oliver and David Thomson about Tere O’Connor’s “Sister” (American Realness, Jan. 9 and 11, 2015)
The artist talks about her coming up in Shanghai and her first full-length work