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Let’s go international. After covering the Climate Games in our first E-dition of the year, we return to Paris where Philip Brophy experiences EXIT, an attempt to engage with the scale of climate and political change. At the Tokyo Performing Arts Market, Philipa Rothfield finds herself engrossed in Pichet Klunchun’s transformation of elaborate folk ritual (photo above) into contemporary dance. In New York, where he’ll regularly correspond for RealTime, Australian dancer and writer Rennie McDougall interviews influential choreographer Miguel Gutierrez. Next week Jana Perkovic resumes her reports from Brussels and Alex Ferguson reviews the best of Vancouver’s wonderful PuSh Festival.
Keith & Virginia
PARIS Philip Brophy resumes his AUDIOVISION columns, querying the effectiveness of data spectacle in the Paul Virilio-inspired screen installation, EXIT.
MELBOURNE John Bailey embraces confounding works by Dan Wotherspoon (AUS) and Penelope Skinner (UK) now playing at La Mama and Red Stitch Theatre.
YOKOHAMA At the Tokyo Performing Arts Market, Philipa Rothfield witnesses the gods descend to Earth in Pichet Klunchun’s Dancing with Death.
SYDNEY Hear Keith Gallasch test his responses to the Sydney Theatre Company’s Arcadia and The Leaps’ Perch, playing at Belvoir for the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras.
NEW YORK Choreographer Miguel Gutierrez talks with Rennie McDougall about intimacy, unselfconsciousness, interdisciplinarity and his latest work, Age & Beauty.
THE LOOP In the US, a licensing dispute allows a play to be staged but not reviewed and a wild, performative critique of playwrights’ portrayal of women receives a ‘cease and desist’ order.

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