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Photos: THE DARK STONE Opens At Repertorio Espa√Īol Photo Photos: THE DARK STONE Opens At Repertorio Espa√Īol
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 26, 2022

AENY¬†-¬†Spanish Artists in New York¬†(Artistic Director Ignacio Garc√≠a-Bustelo) presented the New York premiere of¬†Alberto Conejero‚Äôs¬†The¬†Dark¬†Stone, a pulsing story of difference and connection set against the turmoil of Spain‚Äôs Civil War (Through October 2 at¬†Repertorio Espa√Īol, 138 E 27th St; in English with Spanish subtitles). Photos of this stirring immersive production below.

Review: BLACK, EL PAYASO, THE CLOWN, Grimeborn Festival, Arcola Theatre Photo Review: BLACK, EL PAYASO, THE CLOWN, Grimeborn Festival, Arcola Theatre
by Gary Naylor - Aug 4, 2022

Grimeborn delivers another little gem with this pared back version of a somewhat obscure Spanish zarzuela

40th Annual Governor's Arts Awards Nominees Announced Photo 40th Annual Governor's Arts Awards Nominees Announced
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 29, 2021

More than 100 artists, arts organizations and administrators, businesses and philanthropists from communities across Arizona have been nominated for 40th annual Governor’s Arts Awards. Finalists will be announced in February at special events in communities around the state.

Exquisite Corpse Company Returns To Governors Island with WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE... Photo Exquisite Corpse Company Returns To Governors Island with WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE...
by Julie Musbach - Aug 13, 2019

In Exquisite Corpse Company's performative exhibition, Water, Water, Everywhere... step into the lives of people from the past, present, and future.

BWW Reviews: Art Imitates Life in THE LOOK OF FEELING
by Ryan Kilpatrick - May 9, 2014

For hundreds of years, storytelling has been an essential part of African-American culture. Through both song and dance, they have passed down their struggles, their hopes, their history. When actress, dancer and singer Francesca Harper decided to pay homage to her mother the late dance pioneer Denise Jefferson (Alvin Ailey School Director) it only seemed appropriate she would do so by using her art.