Some of you may have seen the extraordinary work-in-progress extrav-o-rama preview of this at PRELUDE. If not, now’s your chance to be amazed and delighted by….. CHAUTAUQUA! a theatrical-educational shmorgasbord of delectable performance tastiness and nutritional nuggets of fact and insight brought to you by
>It’s cold outside! We’re warm inside! At PULSEWAVE We dance all sides! ANAMANAGUCHI make us jump to the right! CHIBI-TECH make us boogie boogie boogie! SASKROTCH make us bump bump bump! STARSCREAM make us swish to the left! We face forward! NOTENDO and VBLANK wow our eyes! Meet us at THE TANK, February
Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center presents: TOBARON WAXMAN: BLOCK OF ICE + 1/60 MARCH 3 – 6 (TUES. WED. THURS.) NOON – 5PM + THURS. MARCH 5, 3PM-10PM AS PART OF SOHO NIGHT – FREE HARVESTWORKS DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS CENTER 596 Broadway #602 New York City
I’m usually pretty leery of shows at Manhattan Theatre Source – and I haven’t seen this one – but I love the play from a historical perspective and I’ve heard good things about the production. Plus this interview with actor Jason Howard is interesting, so
τRξΔSVRΞ RθθM Presented by Loshadka Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 7:30pm 220 36th Street, 5th Floor Brooklyn, New York “Then they disinterred the chieftain and gave him new clothes. In his grave, he received intoxicating drinks, fruits and a stringed instrument. The chieftain was put into his
Video of FLUXCONCERT 20090220-21 Now Online! For those who missed it or those who want to relive it, video documentation from FLUXCONCERT 20090220-21 is now online! FLUXCONCERT 20090220-21 was a two evening performance of event scores written by Fluxus pioneer George Brecht. The house was packed, the
Buy Tickets. Say Andy sent you. Banana Bag & Bodice does THE BEOWULF BENEFIT! Saturday, March 14, 2009 —— Please join us for an evening of Entertainment and Joyous Fund-raising ! WITH OUR FAMOUS FAMOUS HOST………………………….NATHAN PHILLIPS A special BEOWULF CABARET musical set …and a chance to meet
So I woke up this morning to WNYC as I always do, was listening to BBC World Service as I headed out the door and heard an interview with Baroness Susan Greenfield about her research that internet use and networked gaming, all of this time
How I Learned That Everyone is Against Me Featuring: ANDY HORWITZ (Culturebot.org, Nerve.com, Heeb Magazine, PS122, etc. etc.) KRISTIN MCGONIGLE (Writer and former editor of Pindeldyboz) CHELSEA PERETTI (Comedy Central, BlackPeopleLoveUs.com, Variety Shac) BOB POWERS (236.com, Happy Cruelty Day!, You Are A Miserable Excuse For A Hero) And, BLAISE
Have you noticed that, with the exception of Sarah Palin, Bobby Jindal and Michael Steel, all the Republicans (and radio show/tv hosts) who are so opposed to the president and his policies are all old, angry, entitled white guys? Mostly baby boomers? They’re like whiny
TINA FEY CAMEL TOE: Reflections on the movie MEMORIAL DAY & other slightly belated detritus from Ivan Bellman’s toilet head.
Reflections on the movie MEMORIAL DAY & other slightly belated detritus from Ivan Bellman’s toilet head.
Oscars on the teevee! They’re going out of their way to emphasize the personal and the community. This feels more like a large community banquet party than the most lavishly produced spectacle in the west. And I love the Busby Berkeley feel of the orchestra