January 2020

DramaWatch: Uncommon Ground

Fresh voices, surprising ideas emerge at Fertile Ground – and the theater week stays busy elsewhere, too.

MusicWatch Weekly: Federale February

Normally we like to contain all our monthly previews in one tidy column. But since February starts this weekend, we’d like to tell you all about the first stretch of Februarial concerts now–and we’ll tell you about the rest of the month

The brain of the beholder

Patrick Collier offers ways to understand David Eckard’s sculptures now on view at the North View Gallery

Heroes and Villains

Broadway Rose’s “Up and Away” is an affectionate yet subversive musical superhero parody.

Dance preview: Everything and nothing

It’s Sunday night and I’m at New Expressive Works, watching a few minutes of tech rehearsal for the upcoming Listening to Silence, a dance performance co-created by NEW founder and executive director Subashini Ganesan and Yashaswini Raghuram, the assistant director of Odissi

Photo First: Hope and joy

A showcase of student dancers highlights the talent and promise of a new generation.

MusicWatch Weekly: The fanfare zone

Tonight, tonight, tonight! Your busy music editor has to miss a bunch of cool stuff tonight, dear reader: I’ll be schlepping gongs and playing reyong with Gamelan Wahyu Dari Langit, opening for Wet Fruit at Mississippi Studios. If you followed our adventures

Unwound and unbound

Rachel Rosenfield Lafo considers the artist’s meditative fiber sculptures made from deconstructed canvases

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