A few months ago we ran a brief interview with Tim Miller, performer, activist, one of the NEA Four and co-founder of Performance Space 122. Since he’s returning to P.S. 122 on September 9th with his new show Us, we’re re-posting the interview from before.
While The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players and Charles Phoenix have created a new-found awareness of “found slide” art projects, Cathy Hannan has been quietly and surreptiously making her humorous and surreal found-slide presentations for nearly 15 years. In the past year she has started The
Sherry Vine was born in Los Angeles in 1991, lived in NYC until 2001 and now resides in Berlin. Sherry has starred in the smash theatrical productions of The Bad Weed ’73 (in NYC, LA and Provincetown) e.s.p – Eyes of a Supermodel Psychic, The
Taylor Mac (actor/Playwright/Performance Artist) is author and performer of the solo-shows, “The Face of Liberalism,” “Okay,” and “Cardiac Arrest or Venus on a Half-Clam.” He has performed in a variety of venues including PS 122, Joe’s Pub, FEZ, CBGB’s, and the San Francisco Opera House.
Sometimes in this business you really manage to score a great interview with someone who is not only a towering figure in their field but an inspiration to countless people everywhere. Especially now, during Awards Season, this enduring icon gets mentioned a lot. Known by
Late last night, the following transmissions were received amidst a strange glow from a mysterious being known as Servant of Og. Servant of Og demands our attention every Friday night at 10:30 PM at Arthur Seelen Theater. Dicover the magic that is Organatron
Neal Medlyn is a long, tall Texan, noted entertainist, and reigning Mr. Lower East Side. He is currently performing is new show Manfinger or Neal Medlyns Manfinger at Collective Unconscious. Over pizza in the Financial District, he is interrogated by his friend and frequent collaborator,
Best known for her work with New York-based performance group Elevator Repair Service [ERS], choreographer Katherine Profeta has collaborated on shows such as Spine Check, Shut Up I Tell You (I Said Shut Up I Tell You), Cab Legs, Total Fictional Lie, and Highway To
Karen Sherman has been living and working in New York since 1988. Her work has been presented by P.S. 122, Danspace Project, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Dixon Place, the Improvisation Festival/NY, BAX, WOW Café, The Puffin Room and various other spaces, events and
Roger Guenveur Smith is a writer, director and performer best known for his Obie Award-winning solo performance A Huey P. Newton Story, which was subsequently adapted for television by Spike Lee, where it won a John Foster Peabody Award. Smith will make his cinematic directorial
Lawrence Goldhuber is a dancer and choreographer best known for his work with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and his collaborative work with Heidi Latzky. Among his many other accomplishments he choreographedand performed The Seven Deadly Sins: Gluttony , commissioned by Jacob’s Pillow Dance
Kyle Jarrow is a NYC-based playwright, musician and performer whose work has been seen at P.S. 122, HERE Arts Center, Boston Theatre Works, New Dramatists, The Hangar Theatre, Collective: Unconscious, and Dad’s Garage in Atlanta among others. Kyle was runner-up for the 2002 Princess Grace