Monthly Archives: June 2007

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Support Women in Theatre

Voice And Vision Theatre is having a benefit performance of Sarah Ruhl’s EURYDICE at 7PM on June 3rd, 2007 at  Second Stage Theatre (7 West 43rd Street). There’s a Pre-show VIP reception with artists at 5:30pm @ 44SW Ristorante & Bar at the corner of

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Who Blogs the Bloggers?

Prematurely mourning the death of the WYSIWYG Talent Show? Wondering where you’ll get your fix of Real! Live! Bloggers! up close and personal? Well, sigh no more — this Sunday at 9PM the Brick brings you the Impending Theatrical Blogging Event. What does that entail?

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Penetrator

Well looky here, we found a teaser for the play we’re seeing this weekend, Penetrator, up on YouTube. It’s a fairly compelling, if graphic, bit of marketing. So, what are your thoughts on using sites like YouTube to promote theater and performance? Does it have

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The Bushwick Starr

Via nytheatre.com comes news of a new venue, the Bushwick Starr. Sue Kessler and Noel Joseph Allain, who used the black box space since 2001 for their own theater company, Fovea Floods, before opening it up to artists in 2004, are looking to be more

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Man Bites Dog

Actually, performance artist Mark McGowan ate a corgi to protest the Queen. Nice. Click here to read the article  in full.

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WYSIWYG RIP

Alas the WYSIWYG Talent Show, the first all-blogger reading and performance series, is pulling the plug. The final show, “Gays Gone Wild!: Gayer Tales of Gay Gayness” will be on June 13th at Bowery Poetry Club. WYSIWYG, co-founded by Culturebot’s very own Andy Horwitz in