I got behind in my postings, so I didn’t list CUNY/MESTC’s Indigenous World Theatre Series that happened last weekend. My apologies to all – it was a great program. If you missed that there is another interesting program happening December 5-9 at The Public, The
Instituto Cervantes New York & Martin E. Segal Theatre Center have the pleasure of inviting you to: “Conversaciones sobre teatro / Conversations About Theater” with Rodrigo García, Argentinian theater director and writer based in Spain and one of the most important authors of the contemporary
I got this email from Laura Colby about the ArtistAccess Healthcare program: I am delighted to invite you to a session on Wed, Dec 5, 2008 from 6:30-8:00pm about the ArtistAccess health care program hosted by the Brooklyn Arts Council at the Woodhull Medical Center
I don’t know much about either of these shows, but I’ve really liked everything I’ve seen by Nellie Tinder and I’ve heard good things about Jennie MaryTai Liu, so I think this’ll be cool… Jennie MaryTai Liu and Nellie Tinder present: Home Birth/The Penitent Hours
i have TONS of events coming up that I need to post but here’s another quick one you DEFINITELY want to try and see… Harry Partch’s Delusion of the Fury at The Japan Society. From their website: The late iconoclastic American composer Harry Partch (1901-74)
THE BLIP FESTIVAL 2007 THURSDAY NOV 29TH – SUNDAY DEC 2ND. EYEBEAM – 540 WEST 21ST STREET (BTWN 10TH AND 11TH AVES) www.blipfestival.org The BLIP FESTIVAL 2007 is a four-day music and multimedia event, focusing on the modern artistic exploration of primitive video game and
so much to blog, so little time. i need to weed through all these accumulated emails!! patience, dear readers. last night we went to the launch party for Annie Dorsen’s Democracy in America project. Everyone was there! And I mean everyone! Where were you? Anyway
hey everybody! we’re headed out of town for the holiday. be back soon. have a great turkey day, everyone! thanks gawker….
it is much too late in the run of this show to write a review. but just a note to say we saw it and loved it. it is the most abstract and purely poetic of the Richard Maxwell shows we’ve seen. sort of a
So on friday night I went to SNÖFRID N°0 – World Premiere at the Fruit & Flower Deli. It sounded interesting so I thought i’d check it out. What a phenomenal waste of time. It is rare that I actually feel like this and even
Akio Miyazawa and Jay Scheib (Japan, USA) Join us for the final presentation of the Segal Center’s Japanese Playwright Project. American Director Jay Scheib will present a reading with excerpts from Akio Miyazawa’s At the Entrance of New Town (Japanese premiere: October 2007). Translated by
cool events listings site i just found, though its been around for a little while, is hot art action. i wish i could add that google calendar thingie to Culturebot! I guess this will be my annual appeal for support either financial, technical or editorial.