A look back at SoHo in the 1970s, where theatrical experimentation by Meredith Monk, Robert Wilson, Richard Foreman, the Performance Group, and Mabou Mines defined an era.
Last weekend the seminal New York experimental ensemble feted a formidable legacy of collective creation, cross-pollination, and cultivation of generations of theatremakers.
The co-founder of Mabou Mines never rested on his laurels but kept driving his work forward, on stages large and especially small.
He had a lifelong, almost monk-like devotion to his muses, which included the people he worked with.
From Sarah Bernhardt’s U.S. debut to the founding of Mabou Mines, November has been a historic theatre month.
The visionary director returns to the stage with timely messages from the Greeks.
The venerable avant-garde company is coming back to the East Village, but don’t expect them to settle down.
The CUNY center’s free programs will also include screenings of films by two avant-garde theatre auteurs, Lee Breuer and Richard Foreman.
The longtime artistic associate of the NYC avant-garde collective will now co-lead the company.
Theatre Facts 2013 shows companies are taking smart steps to regain their economic footing after the Great Recession.