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  • Coverage and Posts Review: Trillium Ensemble’s The Silent Spring Project

    April 29, 2016

    By Linda Kernohan Buckminster Fuller is often described as a visionary, and the opening of The Silent Spring Project reflects that idea in an intriguing and unexpected way. It begins in blackout. A spotlight comes up slowly to reveal a piano, but no player. We begin to hear piano music accented with bell-like percussion, disembodied from […]

  • News Q&A With Trillium Ensemble

    April 2, 2016

    Linda Kernohan sat down with Trillium Ensemble and composer Mark Fromm to talk about The Silent Spring Project. Linda Kernohan: Let’s start by discussing the origins of the project. Trillium had recorded Mark’s music previously, but how did you develop the idea of incorporating it into this theatrical, multi-media experience?   Rachael Stutzman Cohen: Our relationship […]

  • News Review: A BRAND NEW WORLD: kill the artist

    February 26, 2016

    By Tameka Cage Conley, PhD Ricardo Iamuuri’s “A BRAND NEW WORLD: kill the artist” dared to transform space within the human consciousness even as it transformed the Hazlett into an interdisciplinary display of displacing, magical sound, vocal mastery, and stunning visual media that challenged notions of freedom, consciousness, “branding,” war, violence, cultural co-opting, and commodification. Though experimental […]

  • News Q&A With Ricardo Iamuuri

    February 1, 2016

    Tameka Cage Conley, PhD sat down with Ricardo Iamuuri to talk about his upcoming CSA Performance Series production, A BRAND NEW WORLD: kill the artist. When I first read the title of your project, “A Brand New World: kill the artist,” I was immediately intrigued. Of course I thought about metaphor and also about identity […]

  • News Review: Loving Black

    January 6, 2016

    Anthony Williams’ Loving Black was featured on Adrienne Totino’s “Top Ten Contemporary Dance Pefromances of 2015″: In a fourteen-month journey, Williams turned a short dance quartet into an evening-length production at the New Hazlett Theater, as part of the CSA performance series. The piece explored stereotypes of black men, and commented on the Black Lives Matter movement. […]