Author: Alice Jane Klugherz

Angel Reapers

Early America seemed a hot bed of religious/communal movements. The Shakers were one of the more successful and long lasting. In Martha Clarke and Alfred Uhry’s “Angel Reapers”, we witness a dance/play that goes inside their world.

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Sommerfugl

What part of ourselves or in the people around us needs to come out? Can we all be like Greta, and find our way through such big changes in the people we are closest to? Can we, ourselves, change in a way that has not been done without a role model?

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Cirque Du Soleil’s “Varekai”

“Deep within a forest, at the summit of a volcano, exists an extraordinary world – a world where something else is possible. A world called Varekai.” So begins the  company’s description of this wonderful show. World-famous Cirque Du Soleil hits Brooklyn’s Barclays Center  for six performances only. Wow! A lot of infrastructure for such a short amount of time and a lot of bang for your buck!  If you dream of a sophisticated circus that is more like  Fellini or Avatar than the Big Top, you must see this show. Your heart will be in your stomach as brilliant performers flip...

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HOT at Dixon Place

Crowned “The BEST LGBTQ Theater Festival in New York!” by The Village Voice, HOT! returns to Dixon Place for its 23rd annual celebration of Queer Culture! HOT!, the oldest annual festival of its kind in the world, never stales as its fresh line-up continues to deliver innovative works in theater, music, dance, puppetry, performance art & homoeroticism for the whole family! Festival runs from July 5 – August 2, so get your tickets today! Below are some Press Preview sound bites by Alice Klugherz DIAGHILESQUE by Arrie Davidson/Faux Pas Le Fae co-founder/Artistic Director of KineticArchitecture Swans in a private ritual: each one...

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Turquoise – Deb Margolin

From an interview with Deb Margolin on Wed June 11th Deb Margolin’s new play, Turquoise, is at Dixon Place this weekend and next; recalibrate your plans and get there! Like all plays it is about love and death (Deb taught me this), but, like all things Margolin, it is held together with a mysterious glue. For this piece the theory of Higgs boson; a force within the tiniest particle that connects everything. The proof of this theory can only be seen if and when there is a disturbance. There is an accelerator in Geneva Switzerland running 24 hours a...

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