Charles McNulty has hit some strong points in his LA Times discussion of rocker-writer-performer Patti Smith’s memoir Just Kids, published by Ecco/Harper Collins this past January (New York Times review here; Patti talks about the book on NPR’s Fresh Air here). As a critic in today’s cultural climate, Yale M.F.A. in hand, McNulty’s reading of … Continue reading
Japan Society announces its Performing Arts Season spanning Fall 2010 through Spring 2011.
LA’s REDCAT announces its 2010 season with work from The Wooster Group, Tere O’Connor, Ralph Lemon, Reverend Billy and much more.
The 2010 New York Clown Theatre Festival will be presented September 3-26 at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This year’s festival will feature diverse clown theatre artists from the Ukraine, Israel, Wales, Mexico, Canada, and across the United States from California, Connecticut, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Oregon, Chicago and New York City.
The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) announced its fall 2010 performance season, which begins September 9.
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!
HERE announced its 2010-2011 which features presentations from many of its HARP (HERE Artist Residency Program) Artists
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.
DANCE THEATER WORKSHOP was awarded $75K from Robert Sterling Clark Foundation to expand The Suitcase Fund: A Project of Ideas and Means in Cross-Cultural Artist Relations into the Middle East and Africa.
Vermont Newspaper 7 Days has a great article about John Killacky, the incoming E.D. of the Flynn Center in Burlington.