Interaction, immersion, identification, and exploration at this year’s Under the Radar, Coil, American Realness, et al.
Local artists and theatre companies are taking jazz onstage—and taking it beyond Duke Ellington, Satchmo, and Coltrane.
Performance installations, dance performances, an “algorithmic concert”—January festivals presented works that defied categorization.
The experimental theatre festival returns, with works from national and international artists such as Toshiki Okada, 600 HIGHWAYMEN, and Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble.
Hounded from their home country but staying together via Skype, Minsk’s toughest troupe is back in New York with another harrowing but mesmerizing piece.
This year, dozens of shows in a few weeks pushed boundaries and pointed in invigorating new directions for performance and performers.
Four- to six-hour performances seem to be proliferating at this year’s Under the Radar and COIL festivals. Why do artists—and audiences—want to go long?
In dramatizing questions about the man whose beating by police incited riots, solo artist Roger Guenveur Smith finds story that’s deeply American—and quintessentially L.A.
Under the Radar and the COIL unveil slates of returning favorites, durational experiments, multi-disciplinary ventures and more.
With Under the Radar, Coil, PROTOTYPE, American Realness, Other Forces, January is festival season in New York City. So snap out of it.