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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

The Process Matters: a response to CAKE, a journey of fluid and frosting by Audrey Moyce

Leopard slugs, and CAKE as a whole, provides a reminder to all of us that the romance-as-happy-ending thing is an odd societal compulsion, perhaps even an obsolete one

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

The rigged games of NO PLACE by Audrey Moyce

Watching the three Players go through an elaborate and very tightly regulated game for citizenship to "The Promised Land," the dot game would have been more than enough to create a natural t…

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Paul Swan is Dead & Gone by Audrey Moyce

A composite of quite ordinary gestures that combine to make something novel, much in the way the entire play uses old poses in service of a show much more than an aesthetic or expressionisti…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 11:06AM
Wednesday, April 17, 2019

In Response to Celine’s MAGNUM OPUS by Audrey Moyce

I will not say "I've grown up" since then, because truly I see this acceptance of paid monotony as a bit of my idealism seeping out. A necessary bloodletting, at long last, giving up my muli…

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Thursday, March 14, 2019

The Neck and The Neutral by Audrey Moyce

When it comes to representation, the question of whose vantage point is accepted as the default. Whose story reads as universal?

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:03AM
Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Mia Barron on THE WHITE ALBUM by Audrey Moyce

I’ve found it terrifying at times, and surprised about how different it has felt for me. But it’s brought a deeper sort of pleasure, not least of which is that I am so proud of what we�…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:12AM
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Five Questions with Annika Vestel by Audrey Moyce

I like to provoke an internal movement in the audience, something where their inner life or fantasy is activated.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:04AM
Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Singlet’s Whole World: Audrey Moyce Responds by Audrey Moyce

Though their insular world went weird, and quickly, I was there, because they were there. Davis and Markey have the attunement to one another that only comes from a sustained exposure to the…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 11:04AM
Monday, April 23, 2018

SEAGULLMACHINE: Less Hiccup, More Smash? by Audrey Moyce

When I hear that two pieces have been “smashed together,” I make certain assumptions. If I read “conceived by” or “created by the ensemble,” I expect a pi…

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Friday, April 13, 2018

Moth&Flame: Audrey Moyce Responds by Audrey Moyce

Suggestions of timeless spaces, Miss-Julie-ish rage, and as I knew from the program, taking up issues of sexual violence.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:47AM
Thursday, April 12, 2018

Symphonie Fantastique’s 20th Anniversary by Audrey Moyce

“Nothing happening,” I wrote in a heavy slant down the page, “but I can’t look away.”

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Friday, April 6, 2018


Wilson says to the container, “Well fuck you,” then to us, “Get ready to run if this explodes, I guess.”

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Saturday, December 16, 2017

The First, Second, and Third Premiere of HANJO at Japan Society by Audrey Moyce

It’s difficult to write about the show you love.

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Confused Amid TOYS by Audrey Moyce

Audrey Moyce responds to TOYS: A DARK FAIRY TALE at 59E59.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

PANIC EVERYTHING’S FINE offers catastrophe and coping mechanisms by Audrey Moyce

You could call it an exploration of the butterfly effect on a schizophrenic scale.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 02:12PM
Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Midsummer Mayhem at A.R.T./New York by Audrey Moyce

The bits of conversation that don’t quite work suggest a weirder reality lying under the normalcy we see, a reality which seems to bubble more and more to the surface as the day wears on.

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Peeling Apart A Blood Orange by Audrey Moyce

A Blood Orange traffics in confusion, doubles, echoes and muffled voices.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 01:24PM
Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Machinalia – a response by Audrey Moyce

Assaulted by sound. A noisescape that experientially presented embodied anxiety. Mic stand dialogue, alienating and surprisingly all the more evocative for it. Shit hanging from the ceiling.…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:36AM
Tuesday, August 1, 2017

on the intense yearning of the indefinable – a response to SEHNSUCHT by Audrey Moyce

“Nostalgia” is appealing because its outlines are blurry, soft, malleable; it is easy to romanticize the past because you can pick and choose the parts of them you want to recall.

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Friday, July 28, 2017

How Not To Save Your World by Audrey Moyce

“What are we even trying to save!?”

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Thursday, July 13, 2017

True Right, or, George and Jeb: A Cautionary Tale by Audrey Moyce

We have long had a fascination with what our culture’s celebrities do behind closed doors. What nicknames do they use? What junk food do they like? Yeah but how do they talk to each other,…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 12:24PM
Wednesday, June 7, 2017

How To Celebrate An Artist? by Audrey Moyce

this world doesn’t make sense. therefore, making art that tries to make perfect sense doesn’t make any sense.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Skiing Without Skis: Watching Piehole’s Ski End by Audrey Moyce

There are few things more likely to turn me off to a realist play than fake food and drink. Piehole’s Ski End, presented at the New Ohio Theatre through May 19, is hardly in proximity to k…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:24AM
Monday, March 27, 2017

The Sound of What Happens at CHESS MATCH NO. 5 by Audrey Moyce

Me feeling uncertain that things can ever just be themselves. Aren’t our thoughts always intruding? Don’t we always “all feel like our own life is the center of the universe," (as one …

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 03:36PM
Friday, February 24, 2017

My Dinner With Andrea: “I’ll Always See What I Saw When I [Saw] It” by Audrey Moyce

I. The Urge To Participate I don’t often sit in the front row. Not because I’m afraid to (I actually quite like it), but because it’s such a deliberate choice, and I want to reserve it…

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 12:18PM

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