I recently attended a noh music workshop that deeply moved me, causing me to reflect on how intimately classical music—right down to the musical instrument I grew up alongside—has shaped my life and continues to do so. For those who have not encountered noh before, it’s a traditional Japanese performing art dating back to the […]
What happens when a resistance movement devolves into the cult of personality and violent authoritarian rule it once democratically sought to challenge? That is the urgent question Oskar Eustis and The Public Theater put before us in their new production of Julius Caesar at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. With the radically increased levels of anger and […]
Rose de Fremery
Living at the intersection of digital culture and creativity.