Category Archives: Performance art
I’ve recently written some new stories for the AJC. I previewed the Atlanta Black Theater Festival, reviewed ASO Music Director Robert Spano’s collaboration with Atlanta dance company gloATL, previewed the 2016-17 Atlanta Opera season, profiled innovative theater-maker Greg Wohead and … Continue reading
I previewed Atlanta choreographer Blake Beckham’s new show OneAnother, which is one of the first evening-length works created at her unique shared dance studio space, the Work Room. Check it out in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Early summer was a busy time for me, and I didn’t have as much time to post on this blog as I would have liked. Here are some of the stories I worked on during that time: For the Atlanta … Continue reading
It’s not unusual to see families at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Seeing them onstage together, however, is a far rarer thing. Check out my review of Sleeping Beauty on ArtsATL.
I’ve been a bit remiss about posting on this blog lately. It’s been a crazy summer, as I’m sure you’re well aware. On top of it all, my laptop died a couple months back, so it’s been a little tough … Continue reading
I’m so glad spring is finally here! The end of winter kept me busy. I previewed and reviewed the Atlanta Opera’s production of The Pirates of Penzance for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. I previewed the Rialto’s Off the Edge dance festival … Continue reading
Check out my AJC review of the Atlanta Opera’s production of David T. Little’s Soldier Songs running at the Rialto Center for the Arts through November 15.
I previewed the Atlanta Opera’s Winter Journey, an inventive new production that adds visual projections to Franz Schubert’s famous 24-song cycle Winterreise. Read it online or catch it in print in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on September 10.
I’m usually writing arts stories, but this time, for a change, I’m in them. ArtsATL has a story about its critics that includes an update about my participation in the National Critics Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, … Continue reading
I’ve recently reviewed The Whale at Actors’ Express and the Tanz Farm presentation of Israeli choreographers Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor’s Ship of Fools.