Brooklyn-based choreographer Faye Driscoll makes her BAM debut with the second work in her Thank You For Coming trilogy, exploring the fractured nature of language. Context is everything, so get even closer to the production with this curated selection of related articles and videos. After you've attended the show, let us know what you thought by posting in the comments below and on social media using #FayeDriscoll.
Jesse Zaritt on Faye Driscoll’s “You’re Me” (Culturebot)
What We Build Together King Canopy (The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston)
Katherine Brewer Ball on Driscoll’s “aesthetically promiscuous, collaborative, radical, uncategorizable work”
Facebook Live: Faye Driscoll and Katherine Brewer Ball (Facebook)
Professor/writer Katherine Brewer Ball interviews Driscoll around Thank You For Coming: Play's New York premiere.
Walker Stage: Faye Driscoll in Conversation with Philip Bither (YouTube)
Walker Art Center performing arts curator Philip Bither talks with Faye Driscoll about her practice and history as a dancer and performance maker.
Thank You For Coming: Attendance - Trailer (Vimeo)
A brief glimpse at Thank You for Coming: Attendance, the first piece in Driscoll’s Thank You for Coming series
New York Dance Up Close: Faye Driscoll's Interests in Performance (YouTube)
Driscoll on the audience as “co-creators, wardrobe people, participants … “ in Thank You for Coming: Attendance.
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