Monday, May 12, 2014
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Saturday, December 10, 2011
Dear LOFT 910 cast,crew and company. As you may or may not know I am in india doing a project with Reed Young. So far all is well. We have created a blog about our project and our adventures here in india, as doing even the simplest task is an adventure here.
Friday, December 09, 2011
Thursday, December 01, 2011
Xploration: A benefit to Satisfy your senses
Turn on your ears, tempt your taste buds, dance your posterior off and expand your mind. Join Perf Productions in celebration of their upcoming debut of Degeneration X and the start of their one year artist residency with The Living Theatre! A specia...l night that will make sure to stimulate all 5 of your senses. Unlimited food + drink, photo booth sessions, live art, a sensory discovery room and special guests around every corner! Get your sensual selves to the Lower East Side stat! You can't miss this night of unadulterated fun.
$18 adv/$20 door
Purchase tickets @ http://www.perfproductions.
Xplorers of the night include:
Melanie Edwards Laboratories
Judith Malina & Brad Burgess of The Living Theatre
Flash Rosenberg and the Idea Table (interactive)
Cristina Maria Fort Garces exhibit
Samsara Shmee is The Living Art (interactive)
Live Silk Screener
See you there!
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Brooklyn Bowl get us HERE fundraiser!
(61 Whyte Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211)
Thu, August 4, 2011
Doors: 6:00 pm / Shows: 8:00 pm-11:00 PM
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Monday, June 13, 2011
Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Perf Productions seeks Costume Designer
Perf Productions is seeking a Costume Designer, for their original multimedia production, DEGENERATION X. Degeneration X uses live performance, film/video, graphic design, and music to chronicle the different pockets of one man's neurosystem through his journey with a rare syndrome which causes him to hallucinate. The aesthetics of this show are of utmost importance; you have lots of freedom to play and be creative. We are looking for designers to create strong visual concepts for each character.
We are also looking for crewmembers for this production.
If this sounds interesting to you, please join us at our Sneak Preview Event: a staged reading, trailer premiere, and sample of the visual footage, musical score and art gallery. There will be a meet & greet directly following with the cast and crew. Beer, wine, and h'ordeuvres will be provided. This is a promotional, networking opportunity for you and us, to see if it's a good fit. There is a suggested donation of $10 at the door.
The event takes place on Saturday, March 5th at 8pm. Limited seating, so invite is by RSVP only. Please RSVP with your name and any guests to: RSVPperfproductions@gmail.com and we will promptly send you the invite with the location.
Xavier is a struggling artist living in Brooklyn, but lately his struggles have reached far beyond his normal, daily routine. The life he lives is slowly becoming a life he doesn't recognize. With the arrival of his sister, an abrasive roommate, and a new, unconventional relationship, Xavier encounters a cast of characters who allow him a new way of perceiving the world. As Xavier drives through his condition, the audience takes front seat on a surreal and stimulating ride through the human mind. Degeneration X experiments with the light, the dark, the absurd, and the unexplainable aspects of the human condition.
We are a new production company with a contagiously positive energy ready to stand on our feet with this debut production. Seeking those interested in being part of innovative, ground-up works.
Tuesday, February 08, 2011
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Wednesday, September 29, 2010
"Since the BP oil well explosion nearly five months ago (only being officially sealed days ago), media coverage of the disaster has repeatedly shown us hazy images of a gushing wellhead underwater, skimmer ships floating along the stained Gulf waters and stretches of sand-filled barricades attempting to protect hundreds of miles of beaches. Even though this picture has been delivered with searing accuracy, what hasn’t been depicted is the incredible damage that has been inflicted onto both the local ecology and the population of the Gulf’s fishing industries. Now a new beautiful and disarming art exhibit hopes to convey a deeper and more textured view of communities in the Gulf Coast, particularly as compared to what has thus far been portrayed in the media. Mired in the Bayou is an art project and upcoming exhibit in NYC which focuses on the struggles of Alabama’s seafood capital Bayou La Batre and its community’s battle to overcome the effects of an oil spill that has managed to pit once proud compatriots against one another for BP’s “free” money.
In light of this turmoil, Michael De Pasquale, Reed Young and Erin Sheehy traveled to the small fishing community of Bayou La Batre in July of 2010 to document the effects of the disaster. With their project Mired in the Bayou the trio chronicle the lives of ten unique individuals residing in Bayou La Batre, each of whom have been affected by the spill. But rather than unveiling the narrative of a single tragedy, the trio explores a complete community dynamic burdened by repeated catastrophe. Through a distinct three-person perspective, Mired in the Bayou blends the artists’ divergent styles to create a singular portraiture project consisting of twenty photographs and accompanying text and audio. From their efforts arises an arresting juxtaposition of images and text fragments that, as a whole, are able to creating a much more unlikely and much more complete portrait of the lives affected by the BP oil spill."
Read more at Inhabitat
Friday, September 24, 2010
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Monday, August 23, 2010
what would happen if peter pain got a day job and tinker bell turned in her wings
Monday, August 02, 2010
Should I say something how my last girlfriend started dating someone like in two hours after breaking up with me... Anyway, Nik is in Wales, Mike is back. And hey, Joy moved out and Diane is here again (even though she doesn't like Seinfeld).