Monthly Archives: August 2005

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podcast

So we just started a podcast blog for PS122. But I need some help getting the feedburner thingie to work and also to get it configured for itunes. do you know how to do this? willing to help? let me know: andyATps122DOTorg.

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Praxis – Call for performers.

PRAXIS (Delia Bajo and Brainard Carey) are looking for performers for their new piece, Forget Me Not. The piece goes up at P.S. 122 from the 7th through the 15th of September, with a few rehearsals before opening night. See inside for more details!

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Prelude 05

Some advanced notice of a cool event coming up in September. There’s a conference/symposium called PRELUDE ’05: At the Forefront of Contemporary NYC Theatre from Wednesday, September 28 –Saturday October 1, 2005. PRELUDE ’05 is a mini-festival and symposium celebrating and discussing the very best

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the verge of disorganization

Culturebot contributor Ryan Tracy holds degrees in Conducting and Music Composition. He came to New York from California where he wrote music criticism for the Orange County Register. He is also a composer and founder of Collective Opera Company. Ryan has fulfilled residencies at the

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Organized Color Intoxication

Okay, we’re not exactly sure what this is, but it sounds cool. ORGANIZED COLOR INTOXICATION A Multimedia Installation by Jonathan Zalben With artwork by James De La Vega at the exhibition in East Harlem. Organized Color Intoxication is a multimedia installation featuring video projections, original

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koreans wanted

Playwright/Director Young Jean Lee is looking for Koreans (or other Asians willing to pretend to be Korean) to perform in her new show entitled SONGS OF THE DRAGONS FLYING TO HEAVEN. If you are interested, please contact Young Jean at youngjean_lee@yahoo.com for more information.

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call for submissions

P.S. 122 is now accepting submissions for the 2005-2006 season’s “Random and Regular” programming: DANCEOFF!, Avant-Garde-Arama and the *new* Avant-Garde-Arama for the Whole Family! Click through to see the details of each program.