The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is unveiling its interdisciplinary lineup for 2016 at an event on November 9.
Star Isabella Rossellini turned a lifelong fascination into the cult web series Green Porno, spawning a stage show as funny as it is strange.
Cineastas looks great, there’s pleasure to be had in its confident quirkiness, and its four actors are resourceful and technically skilled.
The show is meant to contrast the kids’ visceral, innocent creativity with the experience of the adults, but it also pushes into questioning definitions of virtuosity and skill.
Conceived by Naveen Girn and Manjot Bains, the show will bring together South Asian artists engaging in increasingly popular forms of cultural expression.
In the most farcical way possible, Dark Matter takes on big questions of quantum physics.
Expect to hear more from these innovators.
The Playhouse audience didn’t just stand up with synchronized spontaneity at the closing bell of Séquence 8—it erupted.
The result is a show that’s as strange as it is mesmerizing.
Magic shows are better when magicians do them.