Okay so I know I should be writing about culture and stuff. I just got back last Sunday from ten days abroad and have been digging out from under a heap of emails and huge massive piles of backlog work. I was in Tel Aviv
YALE SCHOOL OF DRAMA AND YALE SCHOOL OF MUSIC ANNOUNCE THE YALE INSTITUTE FOR MUSIC THEATRE – JUNE 7-21, 2009 APPLICATIONS FOR TWO-WEEK WORKSHOP ACCEPTED NOVEMBER 19, 2008 THROUGH JANUARY 23, 2009 YALE SCHOOL OF DRAMA (James Bundy, Dean) and YALE SCHOOL OF MUSIC (Robert Blocker, Dean)
the NoLA Rising Exhibit is only open until 8PM tonight at IRT (154 Christopher #3B) – it is an awesome installation/exhibit that totally transforms the IRT space into an immersive multimedia street art exhibit: More pictures ON FACEBOOK.
the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council wants to give it to you: Swing Space Lower Manhattan Cultural Council will begin accepting online applications for the next session of its Swing Space program on December 10, 2008. In partnership with area landlords, LMCC makes vacant storefront, commercial
In conjunction with the Whitney exhibit Alexander Calder: The Paris Years (1926-1933), artist Colin Gee will be performing a new series at the Whitney twice this week. Details: “Objective Suspense, a Whitney Live commission conceived and performed by Colin Gee, is a serious of intimate
What are you doing with your chilly NYC Saturday? Lounging on the couch? Think again, kids – we’re supporting a post-Katrina grassroots art campaign at IRT with a festival right now and a party tonight. The details: SLIGHTLYaskew hosts NoLA Rising Festival at IRT |
After Redmoon Theater’s visually delightful interpretation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame I saw recently at the New Vic, I was looking forward to their newest family-friendly offering, Birdhouse Factory by Cirque Mechanics, a motley crew of acrobats, stuntpeople and clowns whose biographies read like
If you are in the mood for dance this weekend, make your way to the Chen Dance Center at 7.30pm (Fri-Sat) for a real treat. The center, formerly the Mulberry St. Theater, curates newsteps: “a semi-annual dance series dedicated to providing support and performance opportunities
Tonight i believe in you opened up in Brooklyn. I wrote a little about this in an entry last week. Here is more information about the event and the list of performers for Thursday night. Visit their website for the line ups of the weekend.
I won’t be able to attend but this looks interesting: “Junco is a response to the immanent installation of six artificial turf soccer fields scheduled to begin at Calvert Vaux Park November 24 th. The renovation will significantly change the park’s natural habitat, which serves
I am put of the country. Oh the stories I could tell.
Photo by Richard Termine. At PS122 this weekend through November 23, Joseph Silovsky presents a wonderfully sweet and quirky one-man performance that tells the story of the mysterious jester of the Pacific island of Tonga. Beginning in 2001, inspired by a New York Times article