Take two electronic music concept albums. Add a glamorous performer and lots of spandex. The result: a rock opera battle for the soul of the universe.
Category Archives: Kitchen, The (Manhattan, NY, Performance Space)
The psychedelic work of Bruce Haack, an electronic-music pioneer who died in 1988, is coming to the stage.
The poet, artist and activist is the subject of “Ugo Rondinone: I ♥ John Giorno,” which will open at locations across Manhattan in June.
In these art shows: paintings depicting coitus, films of cars being crushed for scrap and a machine that stretches plastic like bubble gum.
Works by Mr. Perich, combining gritty one-bit electronic sounds with live music, were performed at the Kitchen.
Our critic on four notable performances from the past week, including huge headdresses, labors of love and philosophy in the library.
Nothing much happens in this Under the Radar festival play about mellow headbangers by Philippe Quesne. But it’s a wonderful nothing.
At the Kitchen, the flutist unveils “part iv” of her “Density 2036” project, emphasizing the flute’s interaction with other musical forces.
Two pieces by Mr. Bel, one old and one new, illustrate how his choreography has shrunken from genuine provocation to lazy formulas.
This work, presented by the Kitchen and the Crossing the Line Festival, felt like a fashion shoot, with beautiful people in a beautiful space.