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Janelle Reinelt explores playwright Howard Brenton's return to Britain's national stages after almost a decade's absence, discussing recent productions that address the fraught relationship between religious belief and human conduct. Joshua Chambers-Letson contemplates the queer politics of...
The final installment of a continuing series on choreography considering the mutual interrogation of philosophy and dance, the articles propose a tentative ethics of dance as a “practical philosophy” under the influence of Gilles Deleuze read through specific choreographic practices. Gerald...
Tracing the inverted traveling cultural roots of the Great Migration back toward the “source” of Delta blues music, blues tourists take a sonic journey from North to South in the U.S. that remembers black diasporic and migrational patterns of blues traveling—distinguishing between the...
For 21 years, Mark Russell served as the Artistic Director of Performance Space 122 , the New York institution hailed as the mecca of downtown experimental art. Russell looks back on the nascent years of P.S. 122 , discussing his desire to “serve” the experimental performance community, often...
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