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Featured: Ricci Forte (Rome, Italy) NSFW

Ricci Forte was formed at Silvio D’Amico’s Accademia Nazionale D’Arte Drammatica/Rome and at New York University, they studied writing with Edward Albee. They won drama awards such as: Premio Studio 12, Oddone Cappellino, Vallecorsi, Fondi-La Pastora and Hystrio. They represented Eliseo Theatre/Rome at the first edition of ExtraCandoni Festival. “troia’s discount̶...

In Performance: Big Art Group Releases Concept Album For NYC Premiere of The Sleep

The Sleep will be performed as part of Big Art Group‘s 10th anniversary weekend festival at Abrons Art Center in NYC April 15-18, 2010 and Big Art Group has released the concept album for the NYC premiere. Listen to one of the songs below. 06 Bronze THE SLEEP in the Experimental (NYC Premiere) April 15-18, 2010 at 7:00pm Click here for Tickets – $15 The Sleep mixes early cinema techniq...

In Performance: Jeremy Wade & Pete Drunge – The Whirling Visitation

“The Whirling Visitation” Abrons Art Center, NYC April 9th and 10th at 8 PM Tickets 10 in advance 15 at the door. For reservations theatermania.com or 212 – 352 – 3101 “The Whirling Visitation” A spectral blur of sound and color that beckons you to enter the excess of uncertainty, Bessie Award-winner Jeremy Wade pairs up with Bessie Award-winner Pete Drunge to p...

Emerging: Yozmit (NYC)

Yozmit is a singer,  interdisciplinary performance artist, and costume designer incorporating sound, movement,  and the sculptural body. He started his professional career as a fashion designer but rediscovered himself as a performing artist through the practice of traditional Korean music (Pansori, Gayageum Byungchang) and modern dance. She studied and performed with Thomas Leabhart’s group...

Featured: Rabih Mroué (Beirut, Lebanon)

Rabih Mroué (lives and works in Beirut) is an actor, director, and playwright and is the winner of the 2010 Spalding Gray Award. In 1990 he began putting on his own plays, performances, and videos. Continuously searching for new and contemporary relations among all the different elements and languages of the theatre art forms, Mroué questions the definitions of theatre and the relationship between...

Emerging: Faye Driscoll – There is so much mad in me (NYC)

Faye Driscoll There is so much mad in me (NYC) Mar 31 – Apr 3 at 7:30pm Dance Theater Workshop Pre-Show Coffee and Conversation: Mar 31 at 6:30pm Post-Show Talk Apr 2 There is so much mad in me investigates the physical and theatrical narratives that drive our misplaced need to be seen. Driscoll, with her company of dancers, ask who we are and how we connect in this time of over stimulation and lo...

Announcements: 101010 UpStage Festival – call for proposals

This call for proposals was spotted on culturebot.org. Below is from the 101010 UpStage Festival website. The fourth UpStage festival of cyberformance (live online performance) will be held on 101010 (10 October 2010). The call is now open for performance proposals. The 101010 Upstage Festival aims to create a participatory space for collaboration, creation, and for the presentation of current cyb...

Featured: Russell Higgs – 999 Days

A CULTURE’S POWER STRUCTURE DEPENDS LARGELY ON HOW WE LOOK AND HOW WE ARE LOOKED AT. Between 17th July 2006 and 29th May 2009, working with mask and sculpture, Russell Higgs created a photo of himself every day. In this project he made a commitment to abide by a series of (arbitrary) boundaries and rules, eg: each portrait must be taken between midnight of each day, they can never be shot da...

In Print: HERE ART’s Portrait Project (Web Series)

Here Art Center’s Portrait Project is a new web video series from HERE Arts Center with the support of the Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund to document the experiences of New Yorkers working in the performing arts. The centerpiece of the project will be 30 short video portraits of featuring artists living in the 5 boroughs and working in theater, dance, opera, music theater, performance ...

In Performance: Le Son du Nous by Philippe Starck & Soundwalk (Paris)

« Le Son du Nous » by Philippe Starck & Soundwalk March Friday 19th and Saturday 20th, 8:30PM, Festival Exit, Main Stage, MAC Créteil, France The Dalbin label, Philippe Starck and Soundwalk will present the  performance « Le Son du Nous » at MAC Creteil during the International Exit festival. Philippe Starck is known everywhere as a creator, a designer, and an architect; as a unique and polymo...

Books: Damaged Goods / Meg Stuart – Are we here yet?

Since choreographer Meg Stuart presented her debut Disfigure Study at the Klapstuk festival (Leuven) in 1991 and founded her company Damaged Goods in Brussels in 1994, she has been a regular guest in theatres all over Europe and became a key figure in contemporary dance. According to Stuart, writing in December 2007, “all movement expresses desire, not simply the physical or erotic or material des...

Highlights: Exit Festival (Paris) March 25-27, 2010

EXIT Festival (Paris) As an active participant in the contemporary artistic creation, the Maison des Arts et de la Culture de Creteil is a place where all manners and movements of art are produced, displayed, and performed. With over 300 performances a year, MAC’s policy starts from the principle of contemporary art’s multiplicity : it helps fund and create projects that bring together...

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