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Faye Driscoll’s “You’re Me”

Last week I saw Faye Driscoll’s newest work, You’re Me, at The Kitchen. My review will be in the next issue of The Brooklyn Rail, but a heads up: if you haven’t seen it yet, go go go. It’s messy, funny, … Continue reading

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Heartbreak and Homies at Joe’s Pub

Sweetheart candies were sprinkled on each table in the intimate, dimly lit Joe’s Pub on Friday evening.  Those brightly colored, nauseatingly sugary sweets bring to mind long-forgotten middle school Valentines that could be summed up by the messages on each … Continue reading

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Jesse Zaritt’s “Binding”

On Wednesday evening at PS 122, the 7th annual soloNOVA Arts Festival opened with Binding, a solo performance conceived and performed by Jesse Zaritt and directed by Basmat Hazan.  Zaritt is an arresting dancer who most recently performed in Faye … Continue reading

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There is so much mad in me

Dancers in Faye Driscoll’s There is so much mad in me, photo by Yi-Chun Wu Choreographer Faye Driscoll pushes the physical, emotional, and psychological limits of the nine courageous dancers in There is so much mad in me, a riveting … Continue reading

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