Hi All. I’m way behind on posting. I have too many jobs! But I will try and catch up this weekend, there’s lots of great stuff going on in NYC and all around the world! So, I will make my semi-regular call for writers. If
Applications are now being accepted for the Conflux Festival 2008. Conflux is the art and technology festival for the creative exploration of urban public space.
I was at the Soho Rep party last night which was awesome! I know a lot of folks are out of town this weekend for Mother’s Day or what-have-you but still… I hope you can come to the IRT A.I.R. Open House Party Saturday night.
Here I am (I’m in the middle, with the bushy-ass beard!) at the HEEB Magazine release party for Rachel Shukert’s new book Have You No Shame? photo by Mike Garten For more party pix go here. And definitely go buy Rachel’s book – its awesome!
SOHO REP WRITER/DIRECTOR LAB 10TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY Monday, May 5 at 9pm at Soho Rep Free. First come, first served. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of this landmark program.
We’ve all been having this conversation in private for a LONG time. Now Mike Daisey has not only made it public, he’s made it BIG TIME. Come join in the conversation as he takes his show to the Barrow Street Theatre. And then let’s figure
I remember the first time I saw the Grateful Dead. Well, actually, I don’t remember very clearly. It was sometime in 1983 or 1984, I was too young to drive but one of my friends’ older brothers was really into them and somehow we ended
The Polish Cultural Institute and Martin E. Segal Theatre Center present An evening with TR WARSZAWA’s Artistic Director GRZEGORZ JARZYNA The Polish Cultural Institute and Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, the Graduate Center, CUNY, present an evening with Grzegorz Jarzyna, Poland’s famous director of theater
Our pal Alec Duffy sent this in about what he’s got going on: Here it is. Inverse’s next big thing. Call it a musical, a play with music, a song play, or whatever, it’s called ME, it’s at the Ohio, it’s filled with amazing songs,
BK/BA (brooklyn/bay area) collaboration ripping your face off with experimental theater. woo-ha!! SHOTGUN PLAYERS PRESENT Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage A Songplay WRITTEN BY JASON CRAIG DIRECTED BY ROD HIPSKIND Created in collaboration with BANANA BAG & BODICE BERKELEY— Any story that survives the
My friend Steven is one of the curators of this exhibit. It looks great: The exhibition “For Reasons of State” makes knowledge available to the public that is otherwise censored or misrepresented due to governmental and/or corporate influence. This counter-information challenges the security claims and