Okay – now I’ll admit to not being the most worldly of the worldly art people. But tell me, does anything like this exist in America?: Arts Hub Australia:Australia’s online home for arts workers Arts Hub UK:The UK’s online home for arts workers ArtsBlogs (Australia)
Those of you who saw DANCEOFF! at P.S. 122 in October know what a fantastic and fun dance program this is. There is an all new DANCEOFF! scheduled for February 18th & 19th @ Symphony Space’s “Laughter After Dark” Comedy Festival. This edition of DANCEOFF
Our pal’s at Collective:Unconscious are now accepting submissions for the first Lower West Side Film Festival! Located at their new space in Tribeca, the LWSFF will run concurrently with the Tribeca Film Festival – kind of like a Slamdance to their Sundance. Leave it to
And on the heels of the Times article about Mark, here’s a Village Voice article about P.S. 122’s new artistic director, Vallejo Gantner, by Alexis Soloski. Click here for article.
Just a reminder that Mike Albo’s new show My Price Point opens this Friday, January 28, at P.S. 122. There will be a special opening night reception sponsored by The Onion, Harp Beer and Guinness. And after Sunday’s 5 p.m. performance there will be a
There’s a very nice article about Mark Russell by Phoebe Hoban in today’s NY Times. Check it out.
“…there’s been little public outcry here in support of the playwright Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti, who went underground in England in December after receiving death threats in response to her play Behzti (Dishonor). The play’s run in Birmingham was canceled last month in the face of
Mike Albo is a writer and performer who has been delighting downtown audiences with his witty and scathing sociological commentary since the mid-90’s. His solo shows include MIKE ALBO, SPRAY, and PLEASE EVERYTHING BURST- all co-written with his longtime friend, Dr. Virginia Heffernan, as well
Our own Andy Horwitz did himself proud Monday night, kicking off SMUT, the spanking new performance series at Galapagos, with an adroit and hilarious monologue about the perils of rimming the obese and hairy, a comic tour-de-force one hopes ones parents will never, ever hear.
So Sarah Michelson’s cancellation was a big disappointment, but there is still some great stuff coming up at P.S. 122 and elsewhere. At P.S. 122, opening next Friday (January 28th) is Mike Albo’s new show My Price Point. We’ve seen little snippets of it, and
This article in the Chicago Tribune (originally it published on January 13) ran with the headline “Study on pay: Working in arts is labor of love”. I read about it in the Arts Journal.com Newsletter when the headline “Study: Arts Workers Pay Sucks (The Details)”
Unfortunate news. Sarah Michelson has had to cancel her engagement of Daylight. Her injuries were too severe and daunting and so the performance has been cancelled. If you had tickets you can call the P.S. 122 box office at 212.477.5288.