By Agata Tumiłowicz-Mazur
JUNE 2022 | Field Notes
Got a womb? Welcome to hell, I say to you, my fellow beings from across the Atlantic alive, yet condemned to a life that belongs to you no longer. I am no Virgil but Ive already been here for a while so let me lead you through the various circles of hell. Sit back, you wont relax, but please make yourself at home. This hell is as old as time, as the specter of death is inextricably embedded in life.
By Daniel Krane
NOV 2020 | Theater
How can we find assurance and community in our upside down world? It is an especially taxing effort for theater artists, whose work and livelihoods depend on collaboration and communion. Enter the Working Group for a New Spirit, playwright Agnes Borinskys free initiative that offers a virtual home for transient artists, seminars in how to take stock of our lives, and more. Daniel Krane dives into this efforta series of gatherings for clarity and direction in our messy moment of distance and collapsethat the Bushwick Starr is hosting now through December 7.