There’s nothing new under the sun, or in fact, under the Hollywood sign. The movie biz’s penchant for endlessly recycling itself is parodied in the Reduced Shakespeare Company’s show Completely Hollywood (abridged).
Archives for June 24, 2011
SLAM tap tap tap tap… SLAM tap tap tap tap…. Like a shot from a gun or a huge book crashing to the ground, the SLAM defies description. It’s a sound not so much heard as felt. The impact of the man’s shoe on the stage sends vibrations into my chest.
Perspectivoyage apparently derives its name from the voyage taken by the audience in experiencing different perspectives from the underlying events. This pairing of visual artist Matthew Mann and choreographer Lucy Bowen McCauley with actor Dave Bobb is an interesting idea, but not entirely successful in execution.
What forces could silence a person, a community, or even a civilization? Collapsing Silence is a Source Festival artistic blind date between visual artist David Carlson, composer John Moletress and choreographer Ilana Faye Silverstein. It’s a successful collabroation that is both visually and conceptually interesting.