New York’s annual experimental theatre sampler boasts plenty of chills and frills, but the real attraction is carefully crafted mayhem.
The festival of new work includes an immersive opera and a work about George Junius Stinney, Jr., the youngest person to be executed in America.
The 2016 opera-theatre festival from HERE Arts Center and Beth Morrison Projects will tackle assisted suicide, the drug wars, and human trafficking.
Shaw, Bentley, Tynan—it’s not so odd for professional critics to work the other side of the footlights. But there are a few ground rules.
This year, dozens of shows in a few weeks pushed boundaries and pointed in invigorating new directions for performance and performers.
L.A. Opera, Beth Morrison Projects, Gotham Chamber Opera, Opera Philadelphia and more show how opera is staying big by going small.
With Under the Radar, Coil, PROTOTYPE, American Realness, Other Forces, January is festival season in New York City. So snap out of it.
This year’s vast mixture of work spotlighted new possibilities with respect to time, place and the nature of nurture in theatre today.
Another January welcomes some familiar players and some new hopefuls to NYC’s festival gauntlet.