Monthly Archives: May 2010


Imagine the room.  See it.  Be in it.  Remember that floor?  Those two sculptures near the doors?  The vault of the ceiling?  The room is vast, and the air moves eerily there.  Any rustle of clothing echoes, jarring the deep … Continue reading

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Monitor the Moniker

Let’s try a little test.  I say, “Experimental Theater.”  You say, “_________.”  Did you say something negative, or at least not altogether positive?  I bet so.  The term “Experimental Theater” has become essentially a label for a certain style of performance … Continue reading

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In Discussion with: Jack Ferver

My archival dramaturgy project continues with an interview with Jack Ferver about his recent project Death is Certain, which premiered at Danspace Project in April of 2009. Death is Certain featured performances by Ferver, Tony Orrico, and Liz Santoro, with … Continue reading

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