wherefore art thou….oh, man!

Nature Theater of Oklahoma’s Romeo and Juliet at The Kitchen is a bite-sized nugget of highbrow holiday goodness that you would be a fool to miss. Basically what they’ve done is asked a bunch of people what the story of R&J is, transcribed their answers and staged them in faux-Shakespearian style. I say “basically” because … Continue reading

Romeo and Juliet at The Kitchen

You will not want to miss this! Nature Theater of Oklahoma: Romeo and Juliet @ The Kitchen Thursday‹Saturday, December 17‹19, 8:00 P.M. Tuesday‹Wednesday, December 22‹23, 8:00 P.M. Wednesday‹Saturday, January 6‹9, 8:00 P.M. Wednesday‹Saturday, January 13‹16, 8:00 P.M. Tickets: $20 This one-of-a-kind performance is the result of a series of phone calls to people who were … Continue reading

The Kitchen Fall Season

The Kitchen announces its fall season, and it looks great. Full line-up after the jump.

step and repeat.

Last night took us to Capitale for the Kitchen Benefit. Superglam. Do you know what a “step and repeat” is? Neither did I until I started covering these events. A “step and repeat” is when the publicist herds “bold faced names” in front of a branded backdrop and a bunch of photographers jostle and fight … Continue reading

feel the realness

i’ve been busy so i’m behind the curve on this one but i want to chime in on Big Art Group‘s SOS at the Kitchen. I, for one, loved it. It is the Big Artiest of all their shows, the culmination of years of work and tinkering and refining the formula. this pitch perfect blend … Continue reading

the shipment and some loose ends

Last night i finally got to see the latest version of Young Jean Lee’s THE SHIPMENT at The Kitchen. I thought it was fantastic. I had seen an earlier version and knew basically what to expect, but I was really impressed nonetheless. In some ways this might be Young Jean’s strongest show to date. She … Continue reading

The Kitchen: “Anger/Nation”

Photo by Paula Court, On entering The Kitchen this Saturday, I was curious to see how Radiohole had dealt with Chelsea’s sizable performance space for the staging of ANGER/NATION, their latest production. The company usually performs at the Collapsable Hole, a theater made from two neighboring garages in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and a space they share … Continue reading

Ann Liv Young. Solo

Ann Liv Young is coming back to The Kitchen October 2-4 (Thursday through Saturday) with The Bagwell in me, a new theatrical solo performance based on the life and loves of George Washington. Featuring original music by Young, The Bagwell in me begins with an unconventional retelling of historical events, then takes unanticipated turns as … Continue reading

Creative Time Summer 2008

Good stuff from Creative Time all summer long… Throughout the summer Creative Time will present selections from fashion icon, agent provocateur, and founder of the Sex Pistols Malcolm McLaren’s new video series Shallow at 44 1/2: MTV’s outdoor, gilded, HD screen in the heart of Times Square. Catch the films on Broadway between 44th and … Continue reading

Oph3lia, Hamlet, Macbeth & More

Okay I was going to do this in a logical way, starting with the first show and moving on up in time to this afternoon (Sunday). But I can’t do it that way because I have been moved to tears and almost to speechlessness by the extraordinary, astonishing, near-perfect masterpiece that is Aya Ogawa’s Oph3lia. … Continue reading

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