Project Tag: performance

Sam Green and Yo La Tengo

Programmed and produced Sam Green with musicians The Quavers and yMusic performing work-in-progress live score film collaborations in the 2013 River To River Festival as part of a program co-curated with Laurie Anderson. Later, I presented the L.A. debut of the “live documentary” The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller at the Skirball Cultural Center. In a one-night-only […]

Prelude Festival

From 2007 – 2009 I co-curated and produced the PRELUDE Festival, an annual snapshot of artists at the forefront of contemporary New York City theater and performance. Artists, audiences and academics gather for a free program of in-process presentations, open rehearsals, and discussions to gain insight into process and survey of the current New York moment. Meant […]

600 Highwaymen

Programmed and produced renowned performance company 600 HIGHWAYMEN’s “This Great Country“, a  re-imagining of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman in an abandoned storefront in the South Street Seaport. Critically acclaimed for its radical casting and staging, this presentation put 600 Highwaymen on the map for the first time and they haven’t stopped since. Under the name […]

Andrew Schneider

I first programmed Andrew Schneider in 2005 for Performance Space 122’s Avant-Garde-Arama, subsequently in the Prelude Festival and, most recently, presented his work in the 2013 River To River Festival as part of a programming track co-curated with Laurie Anderson. I have written about his work extensively including a critical essay in the journal Theatre Forum and an article […]

Maria Hassabi

Curated Maria Hassabi‘s “SHOW” into the River To River Festival in 2012. Maria Hassabi is a New York-based director, choreographer and performance artist. Over the past ten years, she has developed a practice involved with the relation of the body to the image—defined by sculptural physicality and extended duration. Her works are presented in theaters, museums, galleries […]

Andrew Ondrejcak

Provided Andrew Ondrejcak with a new work development residency on Governors Island through LMCC and has served the artist in an advisory capacity. Born and raised in Mississippi, Andrew Ondrejcak studied architecture and painting at Savannah College of Art and Design then playwriting at Brooklyn College.  While making experimental theater in New York, Andrew was asked […]

David Commander

Curated David Commander into  the immersive performance installation “The Future At The End of The World” at the Farley Post Office. David Commander’s modern toy theater works have been seen in New York, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and The TBA festival in Portland, Oregon. He is a member of Big Art Group where he has worked as a […]


Programmed and produced CHERYL into the 2012 River To River Festival for “CHERYL: On The Waterfront”, a performance installation dance party on the pier. CHERYL is a four-member artist collective and band of hand models based in Brooklyn, New York, specializing in creativity. CHERYL’s video and performance work has been featured through various installations and […]

Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble

Curated ROKE into “The Future At The End of the World” exhibit at the Farley Post Office Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble a/k/a ROKE (Tei Blow and Sean McElroy) is a musical priesthood that explores the psychic terrain of self-help movements at the turn of the 20th century. Through a ritual performance of original songs, compulsive drinking, and video […]

Okwui Okpokwasili

Facilitated development of Okwui Okpokwasili’s first major solo work Pent Up: A Revenge Dance at P.S.122 in 2006. Okwui Okpokwasili is a performer and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. She works across performance disciplines and genres.   She wrote, choreographed and performed in a run of her original work, Pent-Up: A Revenge Dance at PS 122 for which she received […]