“Generations” presented by Soho Rep

Generations by Debbie Tucker Green Presented by Soho Rep Review By Sydney Arndt   With affective writing and captivating direction, “Generations” has proved that successful theatre can be done in a short 30 minutes. While the running time for this piece is slim, the impact and breadth of the action is astounding—it is entitled “Generations”…

Karen Finley’s “Written in Sand”

Written in Sand by Karen Finley Presented at the Baruch Performing Arts Center Review By Sydney Arndt   Karen Finley is performing something sacred at the Baruch Performing Arts Center this month. The performance artist, author, and educator is known for the complexities of her work, but this piece particularly strikes me as beautifully intimate…

“Indigo Dai: Immortal Men” and the Death of Fear

Several religions and belief systems trust that rebirth sprouts from death. The spirit can remain immortal long after the body decomposes. As the essence of our truest self illuminates, the brittle bones, organs, and tangible material falls away. “Indigo Dai: Immortal Men,” produced by Incubator Arts Project (New York City) and directed by Molly Murphy; narrates…

REVIEW: #Coriolanus#Shakespeare#populistrebels

“#Coriolanus” adapted by Paul Bedard; based on the text “Coriolanus” by Shakespeare Believe it or not, Shakespeare and Twitter make quite the politically charged pair. Theater in Asylum has created a fascinating adaptation of “Coriolanus” that questions the effects, and even repercussions, of instant viral democracy practiced via social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook….