Live Arts programming staff storm the scene at APAP
Last weekend, our programming staff (Nick and Pia) traveled to New York for the annual conference of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP). APAP is a presenter of The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival, in which The Public teams up with similar venues like The Kitchen and P.S. 122 to present a “diverse kaleidoscope” of new theater from all over the world. Nick and Pia got to check out new works by former Live Arts artists Young Jean Lee (Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven, 2007) and Nature Theater of Oklahoma (No Dice, 2007) who brought their work to the Under the Radar. Past Live Arts artists Marc Bamuthi Joseph (Word Becomes Flesh, 2005) and Jay Scheib (ADDICTED TO BAD IDEAS: Peter Lorre’s Twentieth Century, 2007) also presented their work at the Festival.
This message was originally posted on 1/18/08.