“This is an experiment for us to try a different concept with what’s called ‘new dance,’” says Susan Collard. “[It] involves a lot of projection, video and film, and almost everyone in this concert is using some type of collaboration with a filmmaker, a video projector or experimental music.”
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The Sublime Theater premieres ‘My Crazy My Love’
The play launches, onstage at The BeBe Theater Thursday, Nov. 7-Saturday, Nov. 23 The Sublime Theater’s second season.
Theater review: ‘Malverse’ explores race relations at The Magnetic Theatre
The show, onstage at The Magnetic Theatre through Saturday, June 3, deals with a white couple who’ve settled in a predominantly black neighborhood in hopes that, as the area gentrifies, their investment will pay off handsomely. But in this play, systemic racism plays out not through dreams deferred as much as through nightmares, real and imagined.
Theater Review: “The Jacob Higginbotham Show” at The Magnetic Theatre
The Jacob Higginbotham Show, starring John Crutchfield, is onstage at The Magnetic Theatre through Saturday, Sept. 12, with performances Thursdays to Saturdays, at 7:30 p.m.
John Crutchfield debuts new play at The Magnetic Theatre
John Crutchfield’s latest play is built upon a small selection from a much larger unpublished work in prose called The Intimate Journals of Jacob Higginbotham. It runs at The Magnetic Theatre Thursday-Saturdays, Aug. 22-Sept. 12.
Macbeth meets surrealism
John Crutchfield’s latest play, Come Thick Night, will premiere at the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival next weekend. Get ready for some “wild, funny and disturbing” theater.
Review of Solstice
Solstice is funny. It is tragic without somberness, moving without sentimentality. It’s squalid, but without a trace of self-pity. … It allows its characters to be fatally screwed up and sublime at once, and the list of playwrights who can do that is short indeed.
The Songs of Robert at the Magnetic Field
Local playwright/poet/actor/musician John Crutchfield has performed his one-man show, The Songs of Robert, at the 2009 New York International Fringe Festival. He brings the delightful story (told through a series of wildly-entertaining character sketches) back to Asheville. The current run ends this week.