First off – sorry to have been AWOL. I just started a new job and am trying to get this new theater off the ground as well as working on three different creative projects and one or two freelance gigs. Time seems to just slip
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away I worked as Jackie Hoffman’s dresser for a short run of Tweed Theater’s adaptation of Rosemary’s Baby. Tweed’s Fractured Classics are sure to contain much hilarity. Here’s a new one, and what a cast!:
I was watching NY1 and happened across Stephanie Simon giving me the lowdown on the Brainwave: Common Senses Exhibit at Exit Art. It looks really cool. They’ve got ROBOTS! Ms. Simon also filed a report that Artists Worry That Rising Housing Costs Will Drive Out
Okay, so, if you happen to read this and its Sunday and its not 5:30PM yet, go down to The Kraine on E. 4th St. and check out the final performance of the Nonsense Company’s Great Hymn of Thanksgiving/Conversation Storm at The FRIGID Festival. I
read George Hunka’s review of Hello Failure here. read an interview between Kristen Kosmas and Heidi Schreck in the Brooklyn Rail here.
Matt Maher, one of the actors in Kristen Kosmas’ Hello Failure which opened Thursday night at P.s.122, sent out the following invitation to come see the show: The play is called Hello Failure. It is sincerely offbeat, lovely, weird, poetic, dense, freeflowing–in it’s unassuming way,
This looks great! And who doesn’t love Jonah? Not to mention costumes by Isaac Mizrahi! Danspace Project and Abrons Arts Center Co-Present JONAH BOKAER The Invention Of Minus One March 12-16, 2008 7:30PM Abrons Arts Center: 466 Grand Street (@ Pitt Street) New York, NY
Another new arrival on the NYC arts blogosphere scene! Welcome to the Joyce Theater Blog! Good reading for all!!
Our Pal Travis curated this. It looks cool: The Party Will Be Televised: A Conversation with Glenn O’Brien, Amos Poe, and Chris Stein Saturday, March 8 3:00pm New Museum Theater (235 Bowery @ Prince) $8 General Public, $6 Members From 1978 to 1982, Glenn O’Brien
Former Culturebot Contributor Rachel Shukert’s new book “Have You No Shame?” is available for pre-sale on Amazon.com. Buy it now!
LeeSaar The Company is premiering its new work GEISHA starting tonight at the Ailey Center Wed, Thur, Sat March 5th, 6th, 8th @ 8pm + Sun March 9th @ 2pm (NO FRIDAY SHOW) The first part of the evening will be Bilocale – come closer please… by Netta
Okay so I’m very, very excited about this. I want you to mark your calendars and buy your tickets ahead of time and get your friggin’ act together to go see this show. I’m not even remotely kidding. Seriously. Why are you still sitting there?