Author: Anne Bogart

Anne Bogart

Conscious Action

We attempt in vain to describe the character of a man; but a description of his actions and his deeds will create for us a picture of his character.(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe) Action is the essential… more
Anne Bogart

Linger Longer Together

A true revelation, I am convinced, can only emerge from stubborn concentration on a single problem. I have nothing in common with experimentalists, adventurers, with those who travel to strange… more
Anne Bogart

Venetian Ruminations

From now through April 2nd, you can catch SITI Company’s brand new production entitled Chess Match No. 5, Tuesdays through Sundays at the Abingdon Theater in midtown Manhattan. We hope that you will… more
Anne Bogart

In Praise of Doubt

The political cataclysm that recently landed upon our collective heads is a dangerous call to attention but also an opportunity. We are currently facing a crisis in the guise of a future that may be… more
Anne Bogart

Disturbed Balance

Every autumn I arrange two museum visits with my first-year Columbia MFA directing students. On November 9th we were scheduled to meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Museum of Modern Art on 54th street in… more