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Okay. I wrote a really long discursive essay about The Theater(s) We Need Now – and I didn’t even dive too deep into the arts admin weeds – but I know how things are, I know what lif…
600 Highwaymen's "A Thousand Ways, Part 3: An Assembly" is one of 2022's most remarkable works of theater.
"Ain't Too Proud" is more than just a jukebox musical.
The critic or artist who wants to be trusted must be willing to be vulnerable and flawed; she must be willing to be wrong. She must be willing to risk. And it is no less terrifying for the c…
Philosophery Alva Noë joins Jess Curtis and Claire Cunningham at CounterPulse in SF
The following is an excerpt from Chapter 20 (pp. 261 – 264) of Mark Fisher’s book How To Write About Theatre, published by Bloomsbury and released in paperback in August, 2015. …
“When are we artists and when are we everyone?" The answer, of course, is that artists are always everyone, we are members of a greater Public, and it is in acknowledging this that artist…
Andy's report from Festivals Edinburgh and the Momentum Symposium.
Andy reports on his December trip to Poland.
Andy reports back from London's Dialogue Festival: Talking/Making/Taking Part
Andy shares some thoughts on Bach, Counterpoint, The Enlightenment, Programming Languages and Aesthetics.
Andy's "Five Lectures on Performance" are now online at Vimeo, SoundCloud and iTunes.
Los Angeles Performance Practice and The Bootleg Theater present The Second Annual Live Arts Exchange (LAX) from September 11 - 21, 2014
A candid conversation on performing while black and male. With Germaul Barnes, Whitney Hunter, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste & Andre Zachery.
This article was originally posted on the blog Ephemeral Objects: Art Criticism for the Post-Material World, made possible through the funding of the Creative Capital | Warhol Foundat…
Andy reflects on leaving New York.
Talking dance, tech and media with Aniccha Arts.
Andy talks to Troika Ranch's Dawn Stoppiello and Mark Coniglio
Andy lectures on how creativity, collaboration and improvisation are central to the creation of Democracy in America.
Andy reports from San Francisco
Download Maximum Performance (BETA) Andy's collected essays 2011-2013
Two essays on Performing the Archive and Building Community from Animating Democracy's May 2014 Blog Salon.
Lisa Rinehart profiles Wendy Whelan as part of her "Moving Forward" video series.
Lily Padilla goes on a bar crawl and talks to William Burke about his new show at The Bushwick Starr
Musician and artist Dudley Saunders is collecting images of keepsakes from loved ones now gone.
Talking to Lauren Petty and Shaun Irons about "Keep Your Electric Eye On Me" at HERE Arts
Cathy Weis and Julie Martin's film screening and informal discussion series "Sundays on Broadway" begins with documentary films of "9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering" from 1966.
From May 5 – June 9, 2014 Culturebot founder Andy Horwitz will offer five lectures on live performance in the 21st century.
Lily Padilla talks to Superhero Clubhouse's Jeremy Pickard about The Big Green Theater Festival coming up April 26 & 27 at The Bushwick Starr.
A conversation with Richard Goodness, curator of the online exhibition "Fear of Twine", which will be live until April 18th.
Eric Conroe talks to Karinne Keithley Syers