This is a play about a band. A real-fake band, or maybe a real-real band, but a band nonetheless. A band called The Rising Fallen, featuring members of New York City’s own (even though they hail from San Francisco) Banana Bag & Bodice. You’re used
In case you glazed over our umpteen mentions, this coming Monday is the return of Culturebot Cocktails™, where your humble editors will unchain themselves from their laptops and stumble bleary-eyed into the world to drink. Well, drink with other people that is. People like you!
Do you miss Kim Brandt? You probably do, if you were one of the many artists to benefit from Kim’s tenure as a curator and administrator at Dixon Place before she escaped to Philadelphia (where it’s always sunny). Well, guess what: Kim’s coming back to
Burlesque sensation Dirty Martini is cleaning out her closet and making her castoffs available to you, her undying fans. Here’s the email we received: Hi everyone! Now that Spring has sprung here in balmy NYC, it’s officially Spring cleaning season. That means it’s YARD SALE
Here’s a few more of the events coming up, click through to each company’s site for more information. Do you have some more to add? Drop us a line at culturebotATgmailDOTcom. Sunday, April 29th 7:00pm – Star-Studded 13P Benefit at Joe’s Pub (limited number of
Redmask Theater Company is hosting a launch party, dubbed the Elegant Debauchery salon, to benefit its upcoming one-act play and music festival. According to the email: ReddMask’s festival, An Assembly of Quotable Gents, is an exciting collection of three original one-act plays celebrating saloon life
Is there bad blood between DeNiro’s Tribeca Film Festival and the shiny new High Line Festival? New York magazine’s new culture blog, the Vulture, seems to think so. Not surprisingly, say insiders, the upstart [High Line] has earned the wrath of the father, De Niro,
Daisey has posted a follow-up to the kerfuffle at the ART on his blog, where he actually had the chance to speak to the administrator and the individual who destroyed his outline for the show. His name is David. At the beginning of the conversation
So, our good friends Mel & El just emailed to say that all upcoming performances of This Show Rhymes are sold out! We mentioned earlier to get tickets early, and if you didn’t heed the call, well, we suppose you’ll have to check their myspace
The Legendary Franklin Furnace Presents a Retrospective The History of the Future: A Franklin Furnace View of Performance Art One Night Only – April 27th, 2007 Franklin Furnace, the internationally acclaimed incubator of the avant-garde, is proud to present a one-night only benefit event on
With its Swing Space and Residency Programs, LMCC provides space and resources for many artists. This year they have supported 30 emerging artists and this weekend they will all be showing work as part of the Open Studio Weekend: For more info visit LMCC.net.
After a nine year absence from NYC, porn star-turned-performance artist and sex scholar Annie Sprinkle makes her long-awaited return to Off-Broadway. Sprinkle, in collaboration with Elizabeth Stephens will present the East Coast Premiere of EXPOSED:EXPERIMENTS IN LOVE, SEX, DEATH & ART. This new multimedia performance