Shaun Irons & Lauren Petty
Part live performance, video installation, and interactive media lab, Keep Your Electric Eye On Me is an interwoven exploration of transformation, dual realities, hysteria, and the desire for the unattainable.
The creators have merged their ideas with the visual language of cinema and the emotional and expressive power of rock star posturing.
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Lots of great work on Day 4 as we got our hands on a ton of new pages from Qui — we read through the entire Workers storyline this morning, focusing in on a few key moments including Franklin’s monologues....
There's something about the sign. Maybe it's the glitter. Or the brilliant design solution of ascending text. Stay tuned for a replication of this mastery.
Just a reminder of the pre-Culturemart showing at CATCH! 10 year anniversary, the Invisible Dog, 8p Jan 11th come see a strange derivation of a scene from Send for the Million Men
Check out photos from our latest edition of CULTUREMART.
HERE puts the GALA in GALACTIC with a stellar soiree featuring dinner, star-studded entertainment, and an late-night party that’s always out of this world. Tickets will go at the speed of light!
Now in its 12th year, the Downtown Urban Theater Festival (DUTF) is becoming New York’s premiere winter/spring theatre event showcasing independent theatre artists.
I like art with a little bit of a bite to it, just make sure it’s sugarcoated.
Pulitzer Prize finalist, and Obie, Guggenheim and PEN winner Dael Orlandersmith’s “FOREVER” is a fascinating exploration of the meaning of family and the surprise of discovering who you are.
All the www is a stage in this world premiere comedy about mistaken identities, vanishing privacy, and wilderness of the digital age.
2 new 1-acts from wars 100 years apart: a Rebel kid needs an amputation FAST in SAWBONES and in THE DIAMOND EATER, 2 jews, a doctor and a jeweler, outfox the Nazis. Infection & diamonds in the rough.