Women on the Border of Freedom
I began using the principles of Theatre of the Oppressed long before I knew it as its own particular art form.
September 7, 2017
How Does a Clown Deal With Change?
Upcoming Fringe performance uses clown to explore Jewish heritage
September 6, 2017
Being a Pig in the Village
Nicole Bindler recalls her experience in workshop with Deborah Hay
August 22, 2017
Killer Sideburns’ Stochastic Stars
How do we celebrate when the world is upside down?
March 16, 2017
Grappling With Whiteness in a Field of Poppies
Poppies remain dormant for years before bursting into red glory, as do revolutions.
February 3, 2017
Jerome Bel's Utopia in a Box
If only people everywhere would regard each other as thoughtfully as this!
September 14, 2016
Free Advice and an Interview with Farah Saleh
Curating empowerment of Palestinian artists; reclaiming Feldenkrais; and transforming Free Advice street sessions into movement.
April 27, 2016
Archiving Occupation, Identity and Resistance
Divorced from context, Zaides's movements make the very consequential gestures of settlers, police and army seem mundane.
March 10, 2016