Monthly Archives: February 2010

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Julian at Dixon Place

this looks interesting…. its about Julian Eltinge, the first female impersonator to bring drag to the masses. Book written by CLAY MCLEOD CHAPMAN Songs by RICK SORKIN Directed by ISAAC BUTLER and CLAY MCLEOD CHAPMAN Performed by JEFFREY MARSH with BRIAN SILLIMAN Fridays & Saturdays, February 12, 13, 19,

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Sounding at HERE opens Feb 17

HERE proudly brings to life Sounding, a new seven-character multi-media play driven by original text and lyrics, along with cinematic video and a unique soundscape influenced by the music of Patti Smith, Bartok and Portishead.  Written by Jennifer Gibbs and directed by Kristin Marting, this production runs Wednesday, February

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DTW Lobby Talk: The Relevance of the University, Part 2

I’m moderating a follow up to last year’s “Relevance of the University” Lobby Talk. It’s this Tuesday, 7:30 at Dance Theater Workshop – 219 W. 19th St. Panelists include Juliana May, David Neumann, Jana Feinman, Gerald Casel, and hopefully… Susan Marshall. Lobby Talks are more

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The 25 Cent Opera of San Francisco – a new series

the PLAYWRITING FIRM is pleased to announce the TWENTY-FIVE CENT OPERA of SAN FRANCISCO theater – performance – entertainments last SUNDAY every MONTH 7:00 pm  ~   $7 suggested donation BARBES 376 9th St., Bkln this month FEB 28 plays & texts from BROOKLYN & TOKYO by landscape

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BAUDRILLARD CAMP

This just came in across the transom and seems fascinating on many, many levels: BAUDRILLARD CAMP at Trade School Feb. 8-22nd 139 Norfolk St., NYC Misunderstood as a “cynic” advocating moral relativism and apathy, Baudrillard is actually an exemplar of a melancholic postmodernism lamenting the

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Five Questions for Aaron Landsman

Name: Aaron Landsman Title/Occupation: playwright/actor/advocate Organization/Company: myself. URL: http://www.thinaar.com 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew up in Minneapolis during an amazing cultural moment. The punk rock subculture was incredible, as was Prince’s music

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Howdy from Los Angeles

Sorry for the paucity of posts. Have been in L.A. for work. Just a few quick notes – saw the incredible Nick Cave (not the rock musician but the visual artist) exhibit at The Fowler, which is really something to behold. Here’s a video about