Big Apple Bites Feb 07

Big Dance Theater The Other Here Japan Society Annie B Parsons and Paul Lazar, the minds behind Big Dance Theater, have for years put together some of the coolest, most appealing hybrid performances around. Add The Other Here  ...

Big Apple Bites March 07

Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People Everyone Danspace Project/Abrons Arts Center Even when he is annoying or boring, Miguel Gutierrez is thought-provoking. As his cast of eight sauntered onstage one by one and stared for a long time at the  ...

Big Apple Bites April 07

Big Apple Bites: On and Off the Beat of a New York Critic April 2007 View of Leno Levy and Shelby White court, Roman Sculpture. First Century, B.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art New Greek & Roman  ...

Big Apple Bites May 07

Big Apple Bites: On and Off the Beat of a New York Critic May 2007 Walla Cardona Quartet’s SITE video clip website Richard Serra at MoMA website Two very different New York events recently offered some interesting metaphorical  ...

Arts Scene: Boston Jan 2007

Upon reading the program for the performance by Stephen Petronio Company January 12 at the swanky and newly-opened Institute of Contemporary Art, I thought to myself, “gay, gay, gay!” The entire first half of the program featured Petronio’s dances set  ...

Meadowlands

Meadowlands is the quintessential paranoid fantasy of a suburb...a community that appears to be safe, bucolic and picturesque, but actually has a sinister, threatening inner core. As the series begins, Danny (David Morrissey) and Evelyn (Lucy Cohu) Brogan and  ...

Heartland Review

Heartland, an original one-hour medical drama about an organ-transplant surgeon, his work and his family premieres on June 18th, 10 ET/PT on TNT. The surgeon, Dr. Nathaniel Grant (Treat Williams), is the pioneering, workaholic chief of the renowned (and fictitious)  ...

The Ghosts of Abu Ghraib

Ghosts of Abu Ghraib premiered in competition at this year's 2007 Sundance Film Festival website “It was a door that I was afraid to walk through. If you walk through it, at which point do you say it’s  ...

Michelle Ellsworth, Houston, D!verseWorks

Over the years a number of choreographers and performance artists have looked to the disciplines of science as a point of departure for creative expression on the stage. Recently Liz Lerman explored the ethics of human genetics research in “Ferocious  ...

Mozart in Boston: culturevulture.net – review

Mostly Modernity Three contemporary choreographers take on Mozart in Boston The last three contemporary dance performances I saw in Boston featured scores by Mozart. One supposes that if the presenters (respectively, Celebrity Series of Boston, CRASHarts, and Boston Ballet) had  ...