May
16
to Jun 26

Taming of the Shrew

http://www.shakespearetheatre.org/events/the-taming-of-the-shrew/

“Why are our bodies soft and weak and smooth…
But that our soft conditions and our hearts
Should well agree with our external parts?”

Join us for a party like none you’ve seen, heard or tasted. Spilling from the stage into the lobbies and the street, Director Ed Sylvanus Iskandar’s production presents a provocative new approach to The Taming of the Shrew and an utterly unique audience experience. Known for his epic and immersive works, Iskandar uses an all-male cast to examine the fluidity of identity, the authenticity of performance and the economics of love in one of Shakespeare’s most notorious texts.

An emerging artist noted for his innovative interpretation of classic texts, Ed Sylvanus Iskandar joins STC as the first in our path-breaking Clarice Smith Series: New Directors for the Classics. Iskandar creates performances that creatively shift beyond the proscenium, reconnecting audience and artist and returning the theatre to its ancient role as the center of communal life. Audiences not only see the play but are invited to engage in the experience in a more meaningful way. As part of this vision, during the run of Shrew the Sidney Harman Hall will host a local artisan market, a series of workshops led by D.C. artists and performances surrounding the show itself.

Iskandar’s previous projects include the 2014 Drama Desk Award-winner The Mysteries, a collaboration with nearly 50 playwrights that reimagined the stories of The Bible over six hours. The Founding Artistic Director of theatre collective Exit, Pursued by a Bear, Iskandar has also hosted a series of labs and salons in his New York loft, featuring intimate performances and meals cooked by Iskandar himself. Combining theatre with food and community, Exit, Pursued by a Bear has become the talk of the New York theatre scene, utilizing a performance model as old as Homer and as radical as anything on stage today

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Jul
14
to Jul 27

Tipsy Oxcart Upside Down Tour

Wed, July 15th @ Twin Oaks in Louisa, VA FREE

Thurs, July 16th, 9pm @ 2nd Wind in Carrboro, NC w/ Cosmic Punk FREE

Fri, July 17th, 9pm @ Crowe and Quill in Asheville, NC w/ Plankeye Peggy FREE

Sat, July 18th, 10 pm @ Barley's in Knoxville, TN w/ Plankeye Peggy FREE

Sun, July 19th, 8pm @ Player's Pub in Bloomington, IN w/ Birimbi. $8

Mon, July 20th OFF

Tues, July 21st OFF

Wed, July 22nd, 9pm @ Burlington Bar in Chicago, IL w/ Pet Peeve and Wild Earp $10

Thurs, July 23rd, 8pm @ Vail Cooperative House 602 Lawrence St Ann Arbor, Michigan w/ Ornamatik. $5-10

Fri, July 24th, 8pm @ Trumbullplex in Detroit, MI w/ Ornamatik and DJ WackSax

Sat, July 25th, 9:30pm @ Brillobox in Pittsburgh, PA w/ Pandemic Pete

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Apr
17
to Apr 25

All American Family @ Tribeca Film Fest

  • Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

https://tribecafilm.com/filmguide/allamerican-family-2015

Welcome to Pleasanton, California. This affluent suburban neighborhood is quintessential USA, not excluding the local high school football team that everyone cherishes: The Eagles. The Pedersen family has been at the center of it all, having four generations star on the team. Unlike other teams, the players on the Eagles are all deaf.

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Mar
21
8:00pm 8:00pm

Jerry Bezdikian Ensemeble

Jerry Bezdikian presents the Belly Dance artistry of Samira Shuruk!
With spectacular performances by Typhrodisia and Rhia

Live Music - Belly Dance
Saturday March 21st, 2015

Featuring:
Jerry Bezdikian (kanun)
Eylem Basaldi (violin)
John Tarpinian (ud)
Steve Vosbikian (clarinet)
Carmine T. Guida (doumbek)
Jeremy Bloom (accordion)
Marissa Arciola (bass)
Hanna St. John (riq)
Brad MacDonald (percussion)
Jenny Luna (vocalist)

8:00 pm - 10:30 p.m
$10 cover
One drink minimum
Free coat check
Must be 21+

Tribeca Grand Studios (Tribeca Grand Hotel Entrance)
2 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10013

Info: jbezdik@gmail.com

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