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Festival Blog Question of the Month: December, 2008

Posted December 17th, 2008

Have you been moved to tears or exhilarated by a performance in an outdoor, public space that would not have had the same meaning...

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Festival Blog Question of the Month: November, 2008

Posted November 20th, 2008

Have you ever said to yourself after a great post-show discussion, “I wish I had heard this discussion before I saw the show. I...

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Festival photos by JJ Tiziou!

Posted September 30th, 2008

Can’t get enough of those wonderful photos JJ Tiziou took of your favorite Festival moments? Neither can we! Lucky for us, he has archived...

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Catch Factor T in NYC this week only!

Posted September 30th, 2008

Did you miss Dada von Bzdülöw Theatre’s sold-out Factor T in the Festival this year? Catch it this Thursday through Saturday at Danspace Project...

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REACTION + PHOTOS: THE MeLTING BRiDgE

Posted September 12th, 2008

You’re in Mexico City, selling products made in Brazil, talking on your cell phone to a coworker in Germany, trying to get a hold...

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PHOTOS: Another Sleepy Dusty Delta Day

Posted September 12th, 2008

At the Wednesday premiere of Jan Fabre’s Another Sleepy Dusty Delta Day, photo ninja JJ Tiziou took these photos. < %image(20080912-20080910b_festival_0033 web.jpg|350|233|Jacques-Jean Tiziou/www.jjtiziou.net)%>

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REACTION: The show must go on

Posted September 12th, 2008

ENTERTAIN US! The audience is ready. We’re lined up in a fancy building reserved for the “really good” shows – or at least for...

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The opposite end of the lens

Posted September 11th, 2008

I met JJ Tiziou at the Greenline yesterday. We ate bagels and talked about photography, the Festival, and the opposite end of the lens....

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REACTION: Myra Bazell/SCRAP Performance Group’s TIDE

Posted September 10th, 2008

If you’ve never been the Isaiah Zagar’s backyard (aka Philadelphia’s Magical Gardens), now is the time to go. Myra Bazell and her dancers have...

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REACTION: Scott McPheeters’ Chick

Posted September 10th, 2008

We filed into a tiny brick studio on Cuthbert Street. Before us sat the Chick (Sarah Nye), garbed in white knickers that suggested the...

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