In this week’s Village Voice, Jason Gross on how to fix–or blow up–the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Miles Marshall Lewis plays around with Gorillaz, Andy Beta talks with space-disco-and-beyond-producer Bob Blank, Tal Rosenberg on the increasingly believable Liars, and Rob Harvilla provides his annual SXSW Cheat Sheet.
In Film, J. Hoberman reviews Matt Damon’s Green Zone and Bong Joon-Ho’s Mother, Nicolas Rapold previews Anthology’s series on documentary pioneer Leo Hurwitz, Melissa Anderson visits BAM’s That’s Montgomery Clift, Honey!, Nick Pinkerton runs wild all over Remember Me, and Karina Longworth on Zoe Kazan’s The Exploding Girl.
In Art, Alan Gilbert’s Best in Show features the Boiler’s Brian Conley show, Jessica Jackson Hutchins’s Kitchen Table Allegory at Derek Eller, and CRG’s Lyle Ashton Harris exhibition.
In Theater, Michael Feingold on recent productions of Equivocation, The Tempest, and The Miracle Worker, while Alexis Soloski reports back from Christopher Walken’s A Behanding in Spokane and John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi.
In Dance, Deborah Jowitt on the Paul Taylor Dance Company.