Around Broadway

The Month of Theatrical Experimentation

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

If you need help climbing out of the winter theater doldrums, New York Times critic Charles Isherwood suggests some newly minted works being presented in two festivals in New York.



Risk-Taking Theater in Risky Times

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Far from the jazz hands and high kicks of Broadway, two stalwart downtown theater festivals open this week with productions that range from Wagner's Ring Cycle to the predictions of Nostradamus.



The Email That Shook Downtown Theater

Monday, June 28, 2010

When a disgruntled cast member of P.S. 122's Octoroon sent out an email trashing and satirizing the very show he was a part of ("I would like to invite you to a train wreck," the missive began), and the Village Voice posted it online, the downtown theater community responded. And they were not pleased.


Performance Club

Sehgal and Maxwell's Cannonballs

Thursday, February 04, 2010

While waiting to experience Tino Sehgal's Guggenheim project,  P. Club organizer Claudia La Rocco is checking out Richard Maxwell's "Ads" this weekend -- and has arranged a discount for Performance Club members.

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