Things are heating up as we hit our back-to-school stride! This looks groovy as Obie-winning Chocolate factory kicks back into gear: COMING SOON TO THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: An Evening With Djordjevich and Peck September 9-12, 2009 @ 8PM $15 Can music and dance become indistinguishable?
DUMBO comes alive on September 10th for the 1st Thursday gallery walk to launch the season with a bang! For more info visit the facebook page. This month’s participants include: A.I.R. GALLERY 111 Front St. AMOS ENO GALLERY 111 Front St. ASWOON GALLERY 14 Jay
Greetings from Chicagoland. My name is Ellen Ratchye-Foster. Andy & I met in NYC a while back. I’ve since migrated westward & he’s invited me to write some Chicago-based posts on Culturebot (see my post on Tinariwen) What else to set the scene? I grew
caden manson and big art group have started a site – contemporary performance – which looks to be pretty amazing. check it out.
I’m a sucker for the psychedelic diva freakout. Mix that with some Amanda Palmer/Dresden Dolls goth, Rob Zombie ghoulish humor, witchy Stevie Nicks magickal womyn energy, Trent Reznor showmanship, underwater archetypal Teutonic mythology, beats, analog loop and sample pedals and some beautiful vocals and you’ve
The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) in partnership with Omnivore presents Le Bal NYC A Free Dance and Picnic Party to Launch Crossing the Line 2009 Featuring leading choreographers and master chefs from New York and France Saturday, September 12, 2009, 2-6pm Central Park’s East
Normally Culturebot isn’t in the party promoting business. But we’ve got a soft spot for Click and Drag! Back in the 90’s it was quite the party and we’re glad to see that the Jackie 60 and Mother crew are still around and keeping the
Some of my colleagues have gotten together to chat and pose some questions. Check it out at Collective Arts Think Tank.
Hi All – the movie that I’m in is finally screening in NYC!!!! MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!! In the midst of Michael Bloomberg’s controversial third bid for mayor, The Promise of New York, an award-winning documentary film that combines irreverent humor with thought-provoking political discourse,
If you can get to it, check out the Ringling International Arts Festival in Sarasota, FL, October 7-11, 2009. Presented by the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in association with the Baryshnikov Arts Center, the festival’s inaugural season kicks off on October 7
This sounds like a pretty interesting show. This September, REDCAT (Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater) transforms its flexible performance space into an immersive visual and sonic environment for the world premiere of AH!, a co-production of The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts and the CalArts
Little Theatre @ Dixon Place launches its tenth season with new work by Rob Erickson, Amber Reed, Satsang Circus, Courtney Wetzel & Anna Foss Wilson on Monday, September 14, 2009 at 8:00 pm. The OBIE Award-Winning Little Theatre–a more-or-less monthly presentation of new theatre, dance, performance