2010 ULSTER BANK DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL TO TAKE PLACE SEPTEMBER 30 – OCTOBER 17. Europe’s Oldest Theater Festival Will Premiere New Irish Productions And Present a Wealth of International Work
A collective of 25 LA artists will open their new interactive performance piece, SNEAKY NIETZSCHE, to the public on August 21, 2010. The event is an immersive theatrical party and concert, set in an urban forest underworld that has been built within a 6,000 square foot Downtown LA warehouse. The environment is an Exploratorium of sound, lights, music, dance, costume and homemade brews, and will feature an original live music set composed and performed by a fictional band of real musicians, dancers and actors.
The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, announced the program for the fourth annual edition of its acclaimed fall festival Crossing the Line, offering the city a unique and wide-ranging festival full of new ideas and fresh perspectives. (Pictured: Raimund Hoghe, Faustin Linyekula, photo credit: Rosa Frank)
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
Late last week and over the weekend, trying to dodge out on the heat, I caught three of the performances in the closing week of undergroundzero festival at P.S. 122.
On the first anniversary of Merce Cunningham’s passing, the dance community comes together to pay tribute to his influence by using his methods in his familiar spirit of rigorous play. Monday, July 26th at 6PM at Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City
Melt is the newest production of Noemie LaFrance. In the show seven dancers are perched on a wall and wrapped in sculptural beeswax and lanolin costumes that slowly melt away. It will be performed August 18-29, 2010 at the Salt Pile, corner of Pike Slip and South Street.
The latest installment of The Twenty-Five Cent Opera of San Francisco is this Sunday, July 25th at 7PM at Barbes.
Games perpetually revolutionize computer use toward denser interaction with the human mind. To do that, they perpetually revolutionize themselves. Understanding the next frontiers of the genre is one way to understand where society is going. Game designer Jesse Schell explores the social, cognitive, and technological trends in computer game design and use.
From July 6-25, PS122 hosts the undergroundzero festival. complete line-up follows. My pick for festival fave? LA Party!