The performance turned out to be a nervy but hypnotic game of endurance for performer and audience members.
Institute of Contemporary Art
This is a theater of signals, like a fast-changing slide show of things we recognize and don’t quite recognize.
Doug Varone’s strong sense of design, color, and music lends depth and a certain mystery to his dances.
In Arlene Shechet’s mischievous hands, the medium’s power as a shape shifter runs wild.
One of the reasons audiences and funders love Kyle Abraham’s work is that the layered landscapes of his dances resonate with the fraught conditions outside the theatre.
Fiber takes on two key aesthetic ideas — gravity and the grid — and one major sociological one, the way fiber arts were created and exhibited as part of a larger feminist agenda.
Both of these exhibitions challenge our very notions of time and identity and the social structures around us.
I don’t understand why the ICA has made the mistake of allotting a one man show to Barry McGee.
Pianist Donal Fox is a classical musician by training, and in style, with a yen for improvisation and, one might add, an unwillingness to let things be.
This unique and carefully constructed impressionistic narrative encourages viewers to free-associate, assess, and imagine the romantic relationship through the filter of their own memories and experiences.