By Miriam Felton-Dansky
10 days 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...
2 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 ...
11 months 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...
12 months 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...