Soho Rep Gala

Here’s some shots from tonight’s gala dinner for Soho Rep at The Park in Manhattan. Andy will have the recap in a bit. Edward Norton Steve Buscemi Edward Albee & Marian Seldes More after the jump!

MI VIDA DESPUÉS de Lola Arias – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Seis actores nacidos en la década del setenta y principios del ochenta reconstruyen la juventud de sus padres a partir de fotos, cartas, cintas, ropa usada, relatos, recuerdos borrados. ¿Quiénes eran mis padres cuando yo nací? ¿Cómo era la Argentina cuando yo no sabía hablar? ¿Cuántas versiones existen sobre lo que pasó cuando yo aún … Continue reading

Twitter of the Shrew

From Orlando and Brian Feldman 0f  The Feldman Dynamic comes a new performance art theater adventure. (I have not yet had the chance to experience The Feldman Dynamic live. Hopefully, one day, I will. ) Who: Amway Shakespeare Opportunity (2009 Inaugural Season) Taking Shakespeare To The Next Level. What: Twitter of the Shrew – adapted for Twitter by @BrianFeldman from the … Continue reading

TELEPHONE

I went to see TELEPHONE on Tuesday night with no idea what to expect. I knew that it was an adaptation of a 1989 book by Avital Ronell – I had a vague memory of reading an essay of hers in the magazine MONDO 2000 back in the early 90’s. I remember her being in … Continue reading

Little Theater!

Maybe that was it!? Maybe that’s what I was doing on Monday, February 2nd?! One way or another, Little Theatre is always a good time! Now at the NEW Dixon Place!!! With twice as much betterness! *************************************************************** Little Theatre, Vol IX, No. 3 – February, 2009 SEXPERT BETSY BIXBY WHEAT a performance by Kate Valentine … Continue reading

Orgy of Tolerance

  If you haven’t been out to Montclair’s PEAK PERFORMANCES series yet (shame on you!) but if you haven’t, this is a good reason to go. Auteur and Provocateur Jan Fabre is bringing the world premiere of his new work ORGY OF TOLERANCE. It is surprisingly easy to get out to Montclair, the tickets are … Continue reading

Have You Heard About The Ohio?

Rumors abound – I’ve gotten at least three emails/facebook messages that the Ohio is closing. what I hear is that the space was sold out from under them and as of the end of the year its done. though i’ve also heard that shows booked there through Feb. might be alright. everyone else is scrambling to find … Continue reading

Early Modernism

If you want to see an amazing and inspiring exhibit, head up to the Jewish Museum for Chagall and the Artists of the Russian Jewish Theater 1919-1949. From their website: In the new-found artistic freedom of the years following the 1917 Bolshevik revolution, Jewish theaters such as Habima and the Moscow State Yiddish Theater (acronym, … Continue reading

Abrons Art Center: “Screen Test”.

Screen Test is director and visual artist Rob Roth’s latest multi-disciplinary work, currently on show at the Lower East Side’s Abrons Art Center. The piece is a one-hour long eerie, haunting, and sometimes tickling performance that takes place in the nightmarish apocalyptic setting of a post-nuclear-holocaust scenario. It’s hard to describe exactly what happens during … Continue reading

Beware of A Holy Whore

for you Rainer Werner Fassbinder junkies out there, here is a FILM by the man transcribed word for word (by the diligent Doris Mirescu) for a STAGE production which will be performed in a MOVIE THEATER on 23rd Street that has been SWIPED and made into a LIVE THEATER by FILM STUDENTS who, though they … Continue reading

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