MADE HERE gets live in Queens
The latest few weeks, we’ve been in a distraction of Tony coverage, feverishly studying the gone season on Broadway in an attempt to divine Tony Award winners. Well that’s the whole of over, it turns out we’re the superlatively good, and now it’s time to render our attention to elsewhere in the New York theater ecology. Namely, downtown to HERE, the premier presenter of some of the incorporated town’s most daring interdisciplinary work. This year HERE is marking the supporter season of its terrific online documentary series MADE HERE. At a time at the time it’s hard enough to be in possession of media representation for mainstream arts, MADE HERE is that much more amazing and urgent. Through these attractively missile and edited videos and a available interactive website, MADE HERE is building a unique record of the most of all of New York experimental theater. Generations from now, students and other artists will induce on this indispensible archive for supernatural influence and tips on how to raise art and survive in a daunting dispensation.
And now you can check it public live. Tonight from 7–9pm at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (31-10 Thomson Ave in Long Island City, Queens), HERE and LPAC last ~ and testament co-host a special event by reason of Season 2 of MADE HERE. There desire be a screening of three sharp episodes from the chapter Lifework, in which artists ranging in age from 15 to 75 sift the different stages of their careers. The pristine episode, “Breaking In,” looks at to what extent artists got their start in the calling. In the second, “Perseverance,” the subjects dialogue how they stay in the office and how they define success. Finally, in “Staying Power,” established artists portion their memories and talk about to what extent they continue to evolve their work. Interviewees include Elizabeth LeCompte, Reggie Watts, Joan Jonas, Young Jean Lee, and John Collins. The screening power of determination be followed by an audience discussion moderated by director Jay Scheib. This affair is free and open to the general body of mankind.