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  • Coverage and Posts REVIEW Escape Velocity

    June 20, 2018

    Picking up where The Glassblock left off last year and as part of a Recital sponsored partnership with the New Hazlett Theater, Recital is presenting a series of editorially-independent previews and reviews of the 2017–2018 Community Supported Art (CSA) Performance Series. Below is their review of Escape Velocity by Double Blind Productions, a collaborative response from Recital editor David Bernabo, season review panelist Jason […]

  • Coverage and Posts PREVIEW Escape Velocity

    June 20, 2018

    Picking up where The Glassblock left off last year and as part of a Recital sponsored partnership with the New Hazlett Theater, Recital is presenting a series of editorially-independent previews and reviews of the 2017–2018 Community Supported Art (CSA) Performance Series. Below is their review of Escape Velocity by Double Blind Productions, a collaborative response from Recital editor David Bernabo, season review panelist […]

  • News REVIEW Büer’s Kiss

    April 23, 2018

    Picking up where The Glassblock left off last year and as part of a Recital sponsored partnership with the New Hazlett Theater, Recital is presenting a series of editorially-independent previews and reviews of the 2017–2018 Community Supported Art (CSA) Performance Series. Below is their review of Büer’s Kiss by Carl Antonowicz, a collaborative response from Recital editor David Bernabo, season review panelist […]

  • News REVIEW Apart From Me

    February 15, 2018

    Review: ‘Apart From Me’ Engages the Audience on Its Own Terms Wearable fabric sculptures meet interactive sound By David Bernabo Through the activation of wearable fabric sculptures, an atypical structure, and direct interaction between movement and the resulting sound, H. Gene Thompson and Arvid Tomayko’s Apart From Me, a collaboration with Ru Emmons and Anna Azizzy, requires […]

  • News PREVIEW Apart From Me

    January 10, 2018

    Cloaked in a series of expanding and contracting fabrics — jarringly colorful and somehow nostalgic — are three performers: H. Gene Thompson, Ru Emmons, and Anna Azizzy. As they extend their limbs, crane their necks, shift their positions, the fabric follows, bringing to light a series of iterative sculptures. Nearby, a slinky — that lovable […]

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