by Leigh Hendrix
Tell the truth without blame or judgement.
Don’t be attached to the outcome.
Who’s it for? Making art in times of crisis
By Megan Paradis Hanley
“When I stopped worrying about what New York could do for me, and started thinking about what New York needed… that’s when the art got good.” – Taylor Mac
Get In Where You Fit In: Showing Up for the World Through Our Work
By Leigh Hendrix
“Art is large and it enlarges you and me. To a shrunk up world its vistas are shocking. Art is the burning bush that both shelters and makes visible our profounder longings.”
Jeanette Winterson, Art Objects
“Home Is Where The Art Is”
by Jackie Rivera
I suppose it is apropo that my first blog entry for The Syndicate would be about home. Since The Syndicate has become one of my coziest and most recent artistic homes.
But when I was invited to join this company I technically had no home. I was living with my aunts in Park Slope, saving money to purchase a short school bus or shuttle bus to convert into a home on wheels.
It’s a thing. People are doing it.
Elle: I want to start with a story I’ve heard you tell before, about seeing a play- I think you know the one I’m talking about?
Kristin: Yes. I do. I don’t remember where I was in the process of writing Another Jungle. Somewhere in the early writing phase, I think. I went to see a play that received a lot of acclaim, and in the play a woman gets punched in the face. I saw the play on the first or second preview, and they hadn’t quite landed the fight choreography yet.
“Look At It Again”
by Janouke Goosen
A friend asked me right before I moved to New York to study at SITI Conservatory: ‘What do you think The Theatre will look like in the future’ . I told my friend I would tell him when I got back, when the Conservatory ended. I still haven’t answered that question – it might be time to follow up with him…
“How many more miles will I need to walk to get you to sleep?”
On being an artist and a new mom
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