The art and science of the costume.
Tracing the lineage of feminism and social justice in postmodern dance.
Radical feminist films from the legendary choreographer, artist, and dancer
A performance artist who grew up in the circus uses clowning, street dance, and butoh in playful and provocative combinations.
A feminist paean from one Polish artist to another
Friendship and the lies we tell ourselves in Zadie Smith’s Swing Time.
In Tongue PhD––Lithuanian-born, New York-based artist Ieva Misevičiūtė’s latest solo performance, which had its US premier at The Kitchen this September––the muscular movements, animal ancestry, and (countless) metaphoric permutations of the tongue are explored and presented in the style, oddly enough, of a PhD dissertation.
On the 50th anniversary of 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering, an intergenerational concert series celebrates the technological innovations of the 1960s New York avant-garde. Times have changed.
Inaugurating Deitch’s return to SoHo, Head proved to be little more than sexual provocation.
The celebrated choreographer of Bronx Gothic explores the embodiment of psychic space, the nature of memory, and who gets to write history.
“I hope it’s not a masochistic impulse within me, but I will always stay until the end to see how a creative thought completes itself.”
Otherness is always such a big part of my work. Formally, I don’t fit any specific niche in performance. Some works, like this one, are theater that use dance. Some are more dance heavy, or maybe only dance if I’m making ballet.
Performance, improvisation, and chasing the perfect drone.
Choreographer Kim Brandt strips away excess in her search for a “body of bodies.”
Scandinavian forests, psychedelic brews, and stolen Wi-Fi.
Rug pulling and responsibility in a writing practice that commingles genres.
Choreographer Jen Rosenblit interrogates the curiosity for difference inside a regime of the “natural.”