Well-known Australian Aboriginal Actors Rachael Maza, Lisa Maza and Isaac Drandich will appear in: The Australian Aboriginal Theatre Initiative, Malthouse Theatre and IIbijerri Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Theatre Cooperatives: New Indigenous Voices 2005 Staged Reading Series of new plays by Native American and Aboriginal
Just a reminder that Mike Albo’s new show My Price Point opens this Friday, January 28, at P.S. 122. There will be a special opening night reception sponsored by The Onion, Harp Beer and Guinness. And after Sunday’s 5 p.m. performance there will be a
So Sarah Michelson’s cancellation was a big disappointment, but there is still some great stuff coming up at P.S. 122 and elsewhere. At P.S. 122, opening next Friday (January 28th) is Mike Albo’s new show My Price Point. We’ve seen little snippets of it, and
I saw Pavol Liska’s Three Sisters last night at CSC. As Culturebot readers know, we try not to do reviews. But I will certainly offer up a strong recommendation. This is a fantastic production! It is only playing until January 16th, so see it before
Poland, too often a victim of ruthless invasion, has taken over my life. The country of Poland seeps through the cracks of my brain, and has insinuated itself into the contents of my refrigerator (Polish sausage!), the failure of my wireless service (Polish technology!), the
For a couple of years now, The Flea Theater has been hosting playwriting workshops with experimental playwrights such as Maria Irene Fornes, Mac Wellman, Jeffrey M. Jones and Erik Ehn.
There are two Arthur Millers. One is a great playwright, the other is not.
Here at Culturebot we see lots of shows. Sometimes we go out of devotion to an artist, sometimes we go because weve heard good things through the grapevine, and sometimes we go just because were curious – which is why I attended Norwegian playwright Jon
What is it like to be buried alive? To feel the walls closing in on you, to lie in darkness knowing your eyes will never again know light, to be completely and utterly tortured by your own company, never knowing when death will bring relief?
Recently, I came across a notebook I used while working with the inimitable Richard Foreman, the legendary theater maker and self-proclaimed King of the Avant-Garde. The incomprehensible instructions that follow are quoted exactly as I wrote them, in italics. (photo: Paula Court)
There are no men in the world of Butch McCloud only butch and femme dykes, living in the city of Missopolis. There, Butch and her band of bakers who run a collectively-owned non-profit vegan bake shop face off against the evil corporate
Experimental theater company theater et al questions the value of life in their new piece, AUDIT. Inspired by the federal September 11th fund and the ethically dubious cash awards given to victims families, the performance dissects why one life is worth more than another.