4:15 p.m. A couple more livestreaming resources. First, there’s the Social Distancing Festival. Organized by Toronto-based lyricist and book writer Nick Green, the site is collecting global performance streaming events and serving as a central hub. Much of the content is classical music and opera (thought
Documenting the performances affected by COVID-19
An Evening Without Kippy Winston, Wherein the Author Attends the Season Finale of REAL TALK/KIP TALK
It was funny, it was touching, it inspired moderate anxiety.
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Moscow’s Teatr.doc , an independent theater and art space, is raided in a heavy-handed police action for showing documentary about Ukraine conflict
The Bessies return to the legendary Apollo Theater on October 7 @ 8PM. Tickets are only $10 to get down uptown and have a good time for a good cause.
Seth gives the 411 on how Brooklyn Commune is kicking off the school year.
After 13 years The Collapsable Hole is shutting its doors for good.
Lydia Mokdessi does a round-up of some of the exciting things fall holds for NYC performance.
NYC is *so* over! Check out Collinwood during the Welcome to Cleveland weekend August 1-4.
Fusebox Festival blogger Shannon McCormick reporting from Austin, TX. For the past nine years, Austin’s Fusebox Festival has sought to bring a sense of local, national, and international community and dialogue to the often isolated and far-flung practioners of new work, or experimental performance, or