In this thoughtful, subtly provocative dance performance, David Thomson explores identity. (It’s complicated.)
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Dean Moss’s “Petra” riffs on Fassbinder’s “Petra von Kant” and his life as a choreographer: “that process where you never attain what your desire is.”
Ms. Del Rey performs in Newark, and ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ arrives to FX.
Heather Kravas’s dance, a series of studies in minimalism, showed off the dimensions and potential of the new space.
Performance Space 122 has a new name and renovated digs. Jenny Schlenzka, its director, envisions a “vital center for community.”
Dane Terry grew up wanting to be a magician and came to New York to play his songs. But the downtown cabaret scene came calling.
These showcases tend to highlight the experimental and the offbeat.
While “Top Secret International (State 1)” traffics in tech and disembodied narrators, “Real Magic” involves a clairvoyance game.
From Under the Radar to Coil to American Realness and beyond, the curtain’s going up on several January festivals that insist on engaged audiences.
Jenny Schlenzka, who has been hired as PS122’s first female artistic director, will take over in February.