La MaMa presents this new work of interdisciplinary theatre which deconstructs the history of public funding for the arts in the United States. More…
At once documentary and interactive, this production uses choreography, live cameras, music, and text to contrast the precarious realities of arts funding today with the 1960s Congress hearings that created the National Endowment of the Arts.
See it if You like theater that is highly experimental and tries to make a statement.
Don't see it if You don't like theater that is more for the creators and their egos while the entertainment of the audience is secondary.