The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) announced its fall 2010 performance season, which begins September 9.
Half Straddle‘s Nurses in New England, playing through Sat., July 31 as part of the Soho Think Tank’s Ice Factory, is hardly without its charms. Tongue firmly in cheek, playwright Tina Satter sends up virtually every medical TV show cliche through this musical set in a small town hospital run, inexplicably, entirely by nurses. In … Continue reading
Gary Steuer has written a thoughtful and provocative blog post on the impact of being an art worker on actually appreciating the arts.
DTW announced its 2010-2011 season and it is a doozy! Featuring work from international artists Alain Buffard (France), Raimund Hoghe (France/Germany) with Faustin Linyekula (Congo) and Verdensteatret (Norway); national artists olive Dance Theatre (Philadelphia), and Rude Mechs (Austin); and New York City based artists Sidra Bell, Yanira Castro, Walter Dundervill, Natalie Green, Neil Greenberg, Juliana F. May, Andrea Miller, Juliette Mapp, and Richard Move. AND MORE!
Check out Culturebot’s Five Questions with Alexandro Segade who will be appearing in Week Three (AUG 5-7) of REDCAT’s New Original Works (NOW) Festival.
Wendy Perron’s post on choreographers who blog about their process has gotten a lot of feedback – both pro and con. What do you think?
HERE announced its 2010-2011 which features presentations from many of its HARP (HERE Artist Residency Program) Artists
Normally I don’t post about the Fringe but my friend Jonas is in town from Los Angeles with his show “Hamlet Shut Up” which should be hilarious.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago, announces the 2010-11 MCA Stage Season of multidisciplinary theater, dance, and music. Chicago audiences are in for a great season with International Contemporary Ensemble, Superamas, Big Dance Theater, STEW and more.
NY Times has an interesting article on the trend of “theater for one”. Mentions Nicole Blackman, Aaron Landsman and a bunch of others. These are all theater pieces meant to be experienced by an audience of one. High-concept and immersive, intimate theater has been cropping up for years, but now in Europe it has reached … Continue reading