I’m currently chronicling events at the 2013 International Festival of Arts & Ideas for several different publications, so before the fest ends this Saturday (June 29), I thought I’d better get them straight.
I did a preview story on the festival which ran on the cover of the print edition of the New Haven Advocate, and can be found on the ct.com website here.
There’s also a stand-alone review of the Bristol Old Vic/Handspring Puppet Company production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, here.
For the Daily Nutmeg, where I’m called “Lead Writer,” I did a preview story here.
And a mid-fest round-up here.
I’ve also been doing a photo-and-caption box of a different Arts & Ideas image nearly every day during the festival, which runs at the bottom of the e-mail edition of the Daily Nutmeg sent to subscribers. (To sign up for the free email subscription, go to http://dailynutmeg.com/)
This past weekend, I attended two Arts & Ideas events which I ended up writing about for the New Haven Independent. I may do more stories for that august online periodical this week. Coverage of the Kronos Quartet on New Haven Green (including the last-minute crisis when U.S. Airways smashed Wu Man’s pipa) is here. A review of Le Train Bleu’s performance of John Luther Adams’ songbirdsongs in Yale’s Marsh Botanical Garden is here.
Last week, I appeared on an episode of the Colin McEnroe show expressly devoted to the festival. That show, featuring numerous festival artists and A&I Exec. Dir. Mary Lou Aleskie, is archived here.
Finally, there’s been some blogging at my own sites, with over half a dozen recent items at New Haven Theater Jerk. Of the last ten or so posts, at least half a dozen pertain to the festival, including full reviews of My Friend’s Story and The Quiet Volume.
If my A&I coverage ends up anywhere else, you’ll be the first to know.