Sitting in Timothy Braun’s truck yesterday–which he affectionately refers to as the Millennium Falcon, if I recall correctly–en route from Salvage Vanguard to the Museum of Human Experience, he commented to the effect that: “It’s always interesting to see what Ron Berry’s thinking about as you go through the shows. This year, it seems like
Every song I've ever written: band night #fusebox2016 A photo posted by Jeremy M. Barker (@moptop745) on Apr 7, 2016 at 2:10pm PDT I’m sure I’ll have more on this later, but I was pleasantly engaged in the notion of “interpretation” by the shows I saw last night, the Royal Court’s Manwatching and Jacob Wren’s
hi everybody! I'm in Austin to cover #fusebox2016 so if you see me say hi A photo posted by Jeremy M. Barker (@moptop745) on Apr 6, 2016 at 12:44pm PDT It’s 77 degrees Fahrenheit and I’m sitting outside, listening to the chirping of birds and getting acculturated to Austin. Having just flown in from New
Wanna support #fusebox2016? pic.twitter.com/9DmiXCrU9d — Wendy Mitchell (@myownroom) April 6, 2016 I, alas, missed the kickoff last night (and nearly my connecting flight in Dallas-Ft. Worth), so I don’t know exactly what this means yet, but it sure makes me regret not having been there.
A quick round-up of some of the preview press for Fusebox 2016. The Statesman has a really extensive preview with info on the visiting and local artists showing. It also makes the case for Okqui Okpokwasili’s Bronx Gothic which I left out of my own quick preview for no other reason than simple omission. That’s
The transformation has begun. @fuseboxfestival #fusebox2016 A photo posted by Salvage Vanguard Theater (@salvagevanguard) on Apr 4, 2016 at 10:00am PDT Ah Salvage Vanguard! Very excited to be seeing it again. Also, keep an eye out for photos on Instagram for #fusebox2016.
One of the fun parts of my job being a critic and all is getting to follow artists over the years around the country (and to a lesser degree, the world) as they present their work and develop. Fusebox 2016 is great in that it gives me the chance to meet some artists whose work
No rest for the weary, they say. It feels like only a couple weeks back that we were closing our revival of They Are Gone But Here Must I Remain at Under the Radar (according American Theatre, we’re an “always intriguing company continues to create unexpected, challenging work that approaches story and ideas from multiple
After Tanya Tagaq’s appearance with Nanook of the North at the 2015 Fusebox Festival in Austin, I heard from a couple people that it was the sleeper hit of the festival, the piece most people went in to not knowing what to expect and left wowed by. So I was excited to get the opportunity
Note: The following article concerns some very troubling online communities; while I cannot assert that the hyperlinks are to non-triggering content (almost all probably are), they are nevertheless exclusively to mainstream media and feminist writers/websites; none directly link to Roosh V.’s work or like-minded thinkers’ websites. The less insane parts of the Internet today