This blog is 400 posts old as of this you’re reading right here. (It’s been 175 weeks since my first post, for the record.)
Now, I ain’t tryna be precious about it, I’m just sayin’. Let’s round up ten posts you dear readers have particularly liked, or hated, or whatever — clicked on a lot — and then it’s back to work for the both of us.
On Two Experiences Yesterday Evening, Specifically Dean Wareham’s and Britta Phillips’ Concert at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Being in a Car Accident Placing Around 6 Or 7 On A 1–10 Scale of Car-Accident-Seriousness.
March 9, 2009
My review of Orpheus and Eurydice by Compagnie Marie Chouinard remains popular. Could the photos of scantily clad performers have anything to do with that popularity? Ha! What do you think this is, the internet?
April 18, 2009
Here’s a review of Cupola Bobber’s Way Out West, the Sea Whispered Me. Damn that was a good show.
April 19, 2009
To this day, I’ve reviewed Nederlands Dans Theater only once.
June 17, 2009
This is my first in-depth look at the choreography of Julie Mayo. Keep an eye on this blog for a follow-up with Mayo about her recent programming venture, and with Jessie Young, a performer-collaborator on the project.
August 30, 2009
This is a review of EMPIRE (Art & Politics) by Superamas.
October 6, 2010
Whether this is your first or your 400th visit to trailerpilot, thanks so much for reading. And thanks to Sauce for the source image above and for her thoughts upon her 400th blog post, not unlike my own today. Cheers.