Monthly Archives: April 2006

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dumbo dance festival and wave rising

Here’s some info on two upcoming events at WHITE WAVE in October 2006: the fifth annual 2006 DUMBO DANCE FESTIVAL and the launch of the WAVE RISING SERIES. If you are a choreographer, you can submit applications for both of these celebrations of knock-out contemporary

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Where Art and Life Collide

From April 28 through May 5 2006, Ron Athey, Franko B, and Vaginal Davis come to New York for a series of premiere performances, lectures and events focusing on the unique way in which all three artists’ work challenges the separation between art and life.

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Chez Bushwick Style

After you’ve recovered from Passover (for those of you Tribe members) you might want to make it out to Deep Brooklyn for the Chez Bushwick Benefit on Saturday, April 15th. The boys out at Chez Bushwick have been doing a great job of developing and

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Red Tide Blooming

this Thursday, April 13th, is the opening night of Taylor Mac’s Red Tide Blooming. Set in a phantasmagorical aquatic wonderland, Red Tide Blooming tells the story of Olokun, a hermaphrodite sea creature, who is on a quest to find a community of divine freaks on

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Tryst n� Shout!

Dear Lar-rah, Thank you so much for the tickets to TRYST. I have been deeply mired in my theater addiction as well as this really strange tendency to write linear narrative as of recently/late. Booooo! The show cured me of both these ailments . .

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Incubator Benefit Party

We just got an enthusiastic email from Morgan over at Ontological about tonight’s shindig. Dig it: INCUBATOR BENEFIT PARTY! TONIGHT!!! come join us! WED APRIL 5th @ 730PM – 10PM @ galapagos art space in Williamsburg: bedford stop, 70 N 6th Street Performances by Banana

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Hell and More…

So this weekend was pretty low-key show-wise. We saw Catch out at Galapagos, we saw Alain Buffard’s Mauvais Genre over at Danspace Project. It was great. Read the review in the NY Times) and we saw Eileen Myles and Michael Webster’s Hell, as well as