Natalie Fasano is a freelance arts/culture journalist in New York City. She does not live in Brooklyn, but comes occasionally to ensure being “in the know” re: trends in bohemia. An industry factotum and evident lover of artistic residencies/communities, she has both lived and worked in Paris as assistant/glorified super to an artistic commune and travelled to Vienna to explore the Museums Quartier, WEIN’s successful artists-in-residence program. She believes that art, and the people who make it, comprise an integral component to constructive social expression and discourse.
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Lights swivel, shadows flit in the darkness, and dark figures flood the stage. Sound and sight are closely guarded, and neither is spared in the creation of a truly haunting effect. Blood drips loudly from the hands of Macbeth (played by Guy Oliver Watts) to the floor, creating the iconic spot that remains for the duration of the performance.