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Performa Picks: First Two Weeks

by Whitney Kimball on October 28, 2011
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The Performa Biennial, a city-wide series of performances commissioned by the Performa Institute, returns this year with a line-up that is chock-full of private and public performance, song and dance, classes, lectures, experimental comedy, and a rap joust. Among Performa 11’s themes are language, politics, sculpture, Russian Constructivism, and Fluxus. The schedule, which runs from November 1st-20th, includes a hefty handful of reputed performance artists, choreographers, and comedians, so you'll want to start booking those tickets now; hence, dear readers, we did some legwork and made a list of picks for you. Here are the events we recommend for this week and next.

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Danspace Project – Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion CHEAP LECTURE AND THE COW PIECE

by Paddy Johnson on September 6, 2011

Danspace Project – Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion CHEAP LECTURE AND THE COW PIECE – Nov. 3 — I’m totally going to this. Burrows is a former soloist with the Royal Ballet. Fargion began writing music for Burrows in 1989. Cheap Lecture is a translation of John Cage’s “Lecture on Nothing.” The Cow Piece is a […]

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