The tight-knit troupe, whose unique training has been at least as influential as its form-bending work, ends its 30-year run in a typically unlikely way: with a take on ‘A Christmas Carol.’
This week the topic is how personal experiences inform criticism, as the critics touch on ‘Mac Beth’ at Hunter Theater Project, ‘Gun and Powder’ at Signature Theatre, and ‘Medea’ at BAM
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A new book looks at Ivo van Hove’s thoroughgoing process, which is as much about distillation as direction.
Isaac Butler, Darcy James Argue, and Peter Nigrini conspire to create a musical/theatrical collage at the junction of paranoia, misinformation, and a Big Band jazz beat.
The subscription model is dead; long live the subscription model.
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In Wilson’s gigantic vision of ‘CIVIL warS,’ the conflict extends from classes and races to species and sexes, and even beyond, to the cosmic.
The Visionary Art of Meredith Monk.