Eric Bogosian ranted, David Neumann strutted, Karen Finley moaned, Meredith Monk crooned, Dancenoise ("After children and before Botox") writhed naked with hula hoops, Scotty the Blue Bunny hopped, Carmelita Tropicana lifted her skirt and wriggled, all at a recent benefit, a celebration of Performance Space 122 and artistic director Mark Russell. It's a rare theater—and a rare administrator—that could have launched so many diverse careers. As P.S.122, the East Village motherland for interdisciplinary art, turns 25 and Russell, after 21 years at his post,... More >>>