Review: “En” at Triskelion Arts by Anthony J. Piccione One of the most frequently beautiful and emotionally impacting forms of dance and physical theatre in world history is undoubtedly Japanese Butoh. There’s no shortage of incredible dance and performance art showcases worth seeing here in New York City, however, it’s not always easy to find […]

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Review: “Henslowe! Or, A Lamentable Complaint” at Torn Page By OuterStage lead reviewer, Anthony J. Piccione The diary of Philip Henslowe serves as a notable artifact for theatre historians who seek to know more about theatre and drama during the Elizabethan era in London. Such shows were, of course, known for their ability to entertain […]

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Scratching Out The Future of the Arts

The new arts organization, From Scratch Performance Company, is more than just another theatrical company. it is a working body of art. It’s repertory holds many actors, singers, dancers, but also those that help them act, sing, and dance. Their new artistic director is a playwright, for instance. Robert Liebowitz is a 40-year veteran of independent […]

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