This year, Allison Vanouse's essays have appeared in Big Red & Shiny, Spirited Magazine and rWp: a Journal of Robert Penn Warren Studies. An independent director, performer, and producer, Allison is an alumna of Brandeis University (2009) and the Saratoga International Theater Institute (2010). Most recently, she has performed in a new translation of August Strindberg's The Stronger by Ulrika Brand, and in a vigil-like 3:00am visitation of Samuel Beckett's Not I, held at an abandoned outdoor theater for the 24-hour performance series Glossolalia, curated by Maria Molteni. Allison serves as Literary Editor for Riot of Perfume magazine and as Editorial Assistant for The Battersea Review. She works in the Boston offices of the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers.
NewCritcriticism & analysis
Allison Vanouse writes about Pavement , an adaptation of the 1991 film, Boyz N the Hood at Jacob's Pillow Dance.
Boston is a sports city. It also is an arts city. Allison Vanouse takes a look at the similarities including how both mediums and how they share time and space principles.
Allison Vanouse reviews Lucy Watson's Re-Present Me , a performance art piece meditating on the artist's relationship with the supernatural.
Allison Vanouse writes about DEAD ART STAR at Bathaus, and how social media documentation interacts and intersects with performance art and its goals.