By Miriam Felton-Dansky

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  • 2 months ago | Visual Arts

    You don't have to understand a performance to like it. Downtown theater has a proud tradition of artists who intentionally defy our desire for sense — say, Richard Foreman — urging us to pay attention to images and sounds: to the moment rather tha...

  • 4 months ago | Theater

    How do you stage the inside of a genius's brain? Especially if that genius is experiencing the worst creative block of his life? If you're Dave Malloy and Rachel Chavkin — the duo behind the 2013 Obie-winning Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet ...

  • 1 year ago

    If you're possessive about your personal space or your glass of wine, consider yourself warned about Bridget Everett: The downtown cabaret star (and the subject of an in-depth feature story by Julie Seabaugh in the Voice's September 10 issue) is l...

  • 1 year ago

    In 1956, John Osborne's Look Back in Anger shocked London audiences, presenting in gritty, realist style the travails of a down-and-out love triangle and launching the class-conscious Angry Young Men movement. Who are the articulately angry young ...

  • 1 year ago

    In a month when American race relations appear to have reached a historic low, the subject matter of Naomi Wallace's And I and Silence — an interracial love story with a tragic end — feels especially apt. The play itself...well, that's...


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