LISTEN… CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? PERFORMS AT THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL

  An 11:11 Experiment presents the critically-acclaimed, autobiographical one-woman show – Listen…Can You Hear Me Now? –  written and performed by Gloria Rosen at the New York International Fringe Festival. Conceived by Peter Flint, Directed by Michael Leoni and further developed in Matt Hoverman’s Create Your Own Solo Show Workshop, the production is set to run August 10-24 at…

La Hija de Trappaccini- Modern day Romeo & Juliet

Welcome to the Garden – not that massive entertainment venue located next to Penn Station- Botanical Garden that is. In the Bronx? No go downtown- way downtown and shoot for the one in Brooklyn. It is a pleasure to introduce you a well crafted Opera created by Daniel Catan titled La Hija de Trappaccini –…

National Academy’s 2013 Spring Gala Honors Christo on 5/16

The National Academy will be hosting their 2013 Spring Gala on May 16th. The National Academy is a community of artists, students, museum-goers, and supporters of the arts. Since 1825, the National Academy Museum, School, and association of esteemed artists and architects—National Academicians—have been united in the common goal of bringing art to all through…

Alacrity Project Presents a Monologue Jam on 12/2

Lower East Side-based theater company, Alacrity Project will present a Monologue Jam on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at the popular venue, Arlene’s Grocery. The Jam is part of Alacrity Project’s A Live Series, which provides self-producing artists the opportunity to perform on a black-box-style stage in an alternative environment, and receive professional video-recordings of their…