Our pals at Banana Bag & Bodice are taking their hit show BEOWULF on tour. Two dates in NYC, then off to Boston and Montreal. If you haven’t seen this rock opera spectacle with music by Dave (Three Pianos) Malloy, then take one of these opportunities to check them out: NEW YORK SUMMERSTAGE East River … Continue reading
NYTW’s 2010-2011 season looks like a good one, with Ivo Van Hove taking on Lillian Hellman, the return of last year’s awesome Three Pianos and a co-production with Playwrights Horizons of The Shaggs, a musical about The Shaggs. I saw it a few years back at the NYMTF and it was really, really great. Looking forward to seeing this new version in the spring.
Saturday night took us to LaMama to check out HAMLET SHUT UP – a fun and funny adaptation of HAMLET, but without all the pesky dialogue
Culturebot contributor Calamity West sat down with Jackalope Theatre Company’s associate artistic director AJ Ware to talk about memory and her co-adaptation (with Melanie Berner and Andrew Swanson) of Charles Mee’s “Under Construction” coming to Chicago audiences November 27th at The Artistic Home.
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)
SF audiences are going to get a treat when rotozaza‘s etiquette comes to town from September 16 – October 3.
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.
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
HERE announced its 2010-2011 which features presentations from many of its HARP (HERE Artist Residency Program) Artists