Edelman always wanted to be white. ‘I know, I know. Dream achieved!’ he says.
…strange, messy, and masterful. It might even restore one’s faith in independent theater.
How for the next few weeks these actors get to tackle conflicts onstage and then return to their everyday lives, undeniably altered. Meanwhile, before me, a performance was taking place. We were involved in something together, the audience and actors.
Hunter College MFA Eve Jacobs (in conversation with Ethan Kogan) ruminates on Bobbi Jene Smith’s “Broken Theater” at La MaMa Moves 2023
Hunter College MFA Cory Villegas rinde homenaje a la oratoria en una respuesta de audio en español para el programa en español “Lunch with Sonia” de Loco 7 and Muriel Peterson offers her take too
That’s the mission of Young Krones. That’s Krone advocacy.
Hunter College Dance MFA Darvejon Jones writes about a program at the La MaMa Moves 2023 Festival.
Lorraine Hansberry’s “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” Offers Up Complex Women and Self-Criticism in a Quasi-Solipsistic Depiction of the 60s
There are those cultural events that feel too good to be true – many stars align to create a perfectly satisfying contribution, almost all-encompassing in its thoughtoutness.
There is an insidious thrum of accelerated timelines smashing together at the messy intersection of computational expansiveness, human fear, militaristic state intervention and governmental ignorance in “La Machine de Turing” currently running at La MaMa through March 5th
Something was exhumed on the stage that night— what it was still haunts me.
Heading into BAM’s Fishman Space for Ontroerend Goed, part of the Public’s 2023 Under the Radar Festival, felt like finally getting to a long-delayed date. I’d been looking forward to catching the Belgian company since I first missed them with their career-making The Smile Off
…embodies what I’ll describe as a challengingly lateral Death-drive dramaturgy…