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How to review a show – a manifesto ver 0.2*

NOTE: This is a manifesto-in-progress. It’s not righteous or applicable to everyone. It’s just something I’m working on for myself, to help me (as an artist) better process what I see others creating and to avoid what, to me, are nigh-inescapable eddies of snark, condescension, bitterness, and posturing that come from discussing art. Enjoy, steal, [...]

Big news on the Time Traveler show

So, Joseph Fink and I finally set some dates for our two-man show “What the Time Traveler Will Have Told Our Alternate Selves.” It’ll be August 4 – 13. I don’t know if I can announce location yet, so I’ll just say New York. We’re both excited and still very proud of the script we’ve [...]

Twitter plays, part CV

NOTE: Because of difficulties with the NY Neo-Futurist blog software, we’re posting this weeks’ Twitterplays here on @happierman‘s website. Sorry for the delay. And now… It’s Twitter Plays CV! This week’s assignment was to write a 1-tweet play that features some form of EXERCISE EQUIPMENT or MACHINE. Here are your plays, starting with @littlebirdwords‘s ode [...]

How to review a show – a manifesto ver 0.1

NOTE: This is a manifesto-in-progress. It’s not righteous or applicable to everyone. It’s just something I’m working on for myself, to help me (as an artist) better process what I see others creating and to avoid what, to me, are nigh-inescapable eddies of snark, condescension, bitterness, and posturing that come from discussing anything from downtown [...]

Waiting for Godot: the video game…

A classic theaternerd joke finally realized. (link via: Urlesque, source: Vectorbelly)

I am to blame for this.

(via The Daily What)

You’re probably not trying hard enough

Here’s the short version: the Wasserstein Prize committee decided not to give an award this year because they had not found a young female playwright deserving of the award in 2010. This, of course, has brought about quite a bit of controversy. Callie weighs in on this very well: Last week, when I heard the [...]

Imaginary Friend Is Not Funny

One in a short series of Xtranormal reenactments of NY Neo-Futurist plays.

Excerpt from our last show

Here’s a 20 minute excerpt from the second half of the show Jillian and I collaborated on last fall. This picks up about halfway through, but it was fairly non-linear story-telling anyway. I uploaded this video for a residency I applied for, so I thought since it’s up there, might as well share. The flip-side, [...]

Kitchen Dog’s 20th Season

Kitchen Dog Theater is in its 20th Season. (I worked there during the 9th-11th seasons, and I still assemble their website each season from afar.) The artwork, though, is created and designed by Rob Wilson & design firm Sullivan Perkins who still make evocative poster art that’s brilliant in its simple clarity. (source: Rob Wilson)

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