Monthly Archives: February 2009

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Dublin Fringe Festival Wants You – Applications 2009

The 15th Dublin Fringe Festival is now inviting submissions for its annually anticipated, culture jamming line-up of contemporary arts this September. This year, we want to present works which confront, embrace and defy this period of remarkable change and challenges. From celebrating the fresh re-emergence of DIY

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Tim and Ant to the Rescue

Filling a gap, and always willing to lend a hand when major arts organisations fail to do their jobs properly, we are delighted to announce the re-opening of the ICA Live Art Department in the form of True Riches, an independent curatorial project with contributions

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Antony on Fresh Air

Antony Hegarty was on Fresh Air today with a lovely interview. Listen here. And even better, Antony performing Crazy in Love.

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Five Questions for: Erika Hennebury

Rhubarb Festival opens this weekend in Toronto, presented by Buddies in Bad Times – Toronto’s oldest queer theater. I did a quick 5-questions with Rhubarb’s delicious Festival Director Erika Hennebury. JH: Rhubarb is turning 30 this year. All the thirty-year-olds I know are pissed at

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Dan Deacon sick of getting squished

Friday night, an army of tight-denimed, neon-clad hipsterkidz shed a collective tear at the end of Brooklyn vs Baltimore, the battle of the bands produced by Todd P and Wham City. Dan Deacon announced that he was shifting gears and would no longer be performing

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The Year of Grotowski

  The Polish Cultural Institute in New York and  The Performance Studies Department, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU  present:  TRACING GROTOWSKI’S PATH:  YEAR OF GROTOWSKI IN NEW YORK  FEBRUARY 6 – JULY 13, 2009  From La MaMa E.T.C. to the Lincoln Center Festival  Curator:

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Philadelphia Dance Projects Presents

Philadelphia Dance Projects Presents ’09 January 31 – February 28, 2009 In PHILADELPHIA The series, curated by Terry Fox, Executive Director of Philadelphia Dance Projects, gives fresh insight into adventurous dance trends by showcasing contemporary dance makers from Philadelphia alongside their peers from around the

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Einstein’s Dreams – The Musical!

I don’t know whether this will be any good but it certainly sounds intriguing: Broadway stars John Treacy Egan (“Little Mermaid”), Gregg Edelman (“Into the Woods,” “Passion”), Alison Fraser (“Gypsy”) and Kate Shindle (“Legally Blonde”) will be featured in the cast at a benefit concert