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Shifting Positions: Notes On Identity & Judson Dance Theater

By Marissa Perel “The body is the very grounds on which social and public identity is fought.” – Julia Bryan-Wilson[i] In the year 2000, I learned of Judson Dance Theater from friends at George Washington ...

Nov, 26

Postscript

  By Robert Tyree TBA:12 has hit the road, but Portland’s still here. Wanna watch the dust settle? After 10 days waking up for the Time-Based Arts festival—dive-bombing stoplights on my bike to get less late ...

Sep, 24

On Romantic Savage Dyings, Brecht, Ethics in Theater…

Our July outing was interrupted for me (and my guest, Leah) when, at about 7:45 pm on Thursday, July 26, we got to Grand Army Plaza on our bikes (making our way from Gowanus over ...

Jul, 31

Another Thing in July I am Super Sad to Be Missing

(the first being this) Cynthia Carr is one of my heroes. Her collection of Village Voice essays, On Edge: Performance at the End of the Twentieth Century, expanded my ideas of what criticism could be ...

Jul, 02

What were we saying about art and politics..?

Last month we were in the Romanian Cultural Institute New York for a reading of contemporary Romanian plays, an event which sparked an interesting discussion about art and politics on the P Club site. Next ...

Jun, 17

Springtime in Romania

On Thursday, May 24th, the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York and Immigrants’ Theatre Project presented Eastern European Playwrights: Women Write the New, an evening of showings by the Romanian playwrights Vera Ion and Mihaela ...

May, 30

Feminismism

Before there was Performance Club, there was Counter Critic, Ryan Tracy’s genre-bending blog. It’s inactive these days, but hope springs eternal that, like the Sleeping Beauty who rests on its front page, CC will one ...

Jan, 30

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