Peter Handke: Die Unschuldigen, ich und die Unbekannte am Rand der Landstraße, Burgtheater, Wien / Berliner Ensemble (Regie: Claus Peymann)
Von Sascha Krieger
Handke inszeniert Peymann. 960 more words
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In depth analysis of the language tools in Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot’ and its numerous interpretations.
IndyFringe has been around for a while. Well, at least since before I arrived on the Indy scene. Because I will totally botch the description, I’ll use theirs: “IndyFringe exists to encourage, support and assist independent artists by providing an accessible, affordable outlet that draws diverse elements of the community together and inspires creative experience through the arts.” Cool, right? 338 more words
(This review is by American-Statesman freelance arts critic Claire Christine Spera.)
The very presence of the question mark in the title of Tapestry Dance Company’s latest production at the Long Center — “Passing It Forward: The American Dream?” — intrigues. 525 more words