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September 20, 2018
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Kevin Spacey Is Richard III in BAM Production
by Associated Press (), published online 01-19-2012

‘Part Groucho Marx, Part Moammar Gadhafi’

By Marc Kennedy
Associated Press

FORT GREENE — After more than three hours of Richard III at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, after all the death and bloodshed has finally given way to peace, one thought quickly comes to mind: Will someone please cut Kevin Spacey down?

As the victorious Richmond speaks the play’s final lines, Spacey’s Richard is behind him, hanging from his ankles over the stage like a side of beef. It’s yet another sign of how {read more...}





CatScratch Theatre and The Irondale Center Present the Second Annual FLICfest
by Carrie Stern (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-18-2012

By Carrie Stern

Have you heard? We’re in an economic downturn. I don’t care what the papers say about job numbers going up: Today, with grant agency funding down and rental and other costs going up, it’s harder than ever for struggling choreographers to afford to mount new work. So what to do?

A year ago choreographer Jeramy Zimmerman, in conjunction with Fort Greene’s Irondale Center, initiated FLICfest (Feature Length Independent Choreography). Zimmerman hopes this is a new model for producing and {read more...}








Brooklyn Israel Film Festival Returns
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-18-2012

The Brooklyn Israel Film Festival at Kane Street Synagogue will mark its eighth year celebrating Israeli film next weekend. The festival is a major venue for some of the best films being made in Israel.

The 2012 festival again features three nights of award-winning films, thought-provoking films, plus discussions with their filmmakers. It runs Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 26 through Jan. 29, in the intimate and historic synagogue setting.

The festival kicks off the first night at 8 p.m. {read more...}





Merce Cunningham: Legacy Tour
by Carrie Stern (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-11-2012

By Carrie Stern

Is there anything left to say? That’s the question I asked myself as I watched one of the seminal companies of the 20th century on the final leg of its final tour — the Merce Cunningham Dance Company at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where Cunningham first performed with musician John Cage in 1952.

Another critic, seated next to me, said she had come simply to pay her respects. Clearly, so had many in the audience. Middle-aged and {read more...}





powerHouse Arena To Host Book Launch for New Edmund White Novel
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-11-2012

DUMBO — On Feb. 7 from 7 to 8 p.m., powerHouse Arena, 37 Main St., will host the book launch of Edmund White’s Jack Holmes and His Friend.

Jack Holmes is a recent transplant to New York, by way of the {read more...}





Vertical Repertory Company Presents Baroque-Style Opera
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-06-2012

COBBLE HILL — Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at Christ Church Cobble Hill, 320 Clinton St., the Vertical Repertory Company will present the pasticcio opera Amor & Psyche, which it developed in 2010 to the music of Handle, Dowland, Porpora and other 17th and 18th century composers.

Amor & Psyche is a fast-paced and whimsical tale of love, loss, reconciliation and jealous in-laws. The story is based on the Roman myth of the lovely mortal Psyche (soprano Beth Anne Hatton) and her {read more...}





Gallery Plays To Present A Man of No Importance
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-06-2012

PARK SLOPE — The Gallery Players proudly announces cast and crew for the first New York City revival of A Man of No Importance. The Gallery Players has reunited the creative team of last season’s four-time NYIT Award winning revival {read more...}




Season Opening Gala for Growing All-Brooklyn Theater Group
by Caitlin McNamara (Caitlin@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-05-2012

By Caitlin McNamara
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — On Monday, Jan. 9, a spirited new Brooklyn Heights-based theater group will hold a gala at DUMBO's Galapagos Art Space to launch its second season. The evening, hosted by Random Access Theatre, will feature previews of all three of its 2012 season productions.

Random Access' inaugural season presented new work, but this season will be about reviving classics. Last season, following the theme "something's not quite right here," topics ranged from ghosts in the {read more...}





John Jasperse’s “Canyon” at the BAM Harvey
by Carrie Stern (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-04-2012

By Carrie Stern

As they flew through space, John Jasperse’s dancers curved and twisted, creating a vortex at the center of a field of white craft paper. Inventive, quirky phrases, like sticks in eddies of water — sudden juts of elbows or unexpected tilts and catches — punctuated, questioned and mapped the space. Jasperse’s sly physical humor teased like a wink, not a belly laugh.

“Canyon,” part of this fall’s BAM Next Wave, was Jasperse’s meditation on the mystery and beauty {read more...}





Brooklyn Philharmonic Concertmaster To Play Violin Recital With Pianist
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-30-2011

EASTERN PARKWAY — On Sunday, Jan. 29 at 2 p.m. at the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Philharmonic presents violinist Deborah Buck — concertmaster of the Brooklyn Philharmonic since 2007 — in recital with pianist Molly Morkoski.

The program features Brahms’ {read more...}





Brooklyn Artist-Musician: Rocking for a Cause
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-30-2011

BROOKLYN — We often refer to musicians as “artists,” but we don’t often think of visual art and its connection to music. Enter the world of Robert Johnston, artist, painter, musician and lead guitarist for Brooklyn-based instrumental rock group Solmenta.

“Solmenta” means “bright minds” in Latin. In the spirit of thoughtfulness, the band has committed itself to raising awareness for various causes. Of course, bands often perform to raise awareness for various issues and charities, but what makes Solmenta’s unique {read more...}





Artist Paints New Version of Washington on The Delaware
by AP (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-27-2011

Brooklyn-Born Painter Calls His More Accurate

By Verena Dobnik
Associated Press

NEW YORK — One of America’s most famous images, a painting of George Washington crossing the Delaware River, got much of the story wrong: The American commander wouldn’t have stood triumphantly on a rowboat in daylight, but on a ferry bracing himself against a fierce snowstorm on Christmas night.

That’s the historic scene depicted in a new painting that went on display this week at the New York Historical Society museum in Manhattan.

“No one {read more...}





Hakeem Jeffries Holds Town Hall Meeting With Danny Simmons, Artists
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-23-2011

CLINTON HILL – Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries (D-Bedford-Stuyvesant) and Danny Simmons, artist and president of Rush and Corridor galleries, were joined earlier this month by award-winning filmmaker Michael Skolnik for a conversation on the issues facing the Brooklyn arts community at Corridor Gallery on Grand Avenue in Clinton Hill.

The Dec. 14 discussion was focused on solutions to pressing public-policy challenges. For decades, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill have been known as a cultural center for Brooklyn’s creative populations.

“The racial, {read more...}





Artists Plan Sculpture, Light Show Under BQE
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-23-2011

According to The L Magazine, four artists known as the Artist Build Collaborative are planning an interactive public sculpture and light installation under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in Red Hook, near the currently-shuttered Smith-Ninth Street subway station. The installation, dubbed “Silent {read more...}




Pete Hamill Speaks at St. Francis College
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-23-2011

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — “Reading is active, watching television is passive,”acclaimed novelist and essayist Pete Hamill told a standing-room-only crowd in St. Francis College’s Founders Hall, Dec. 1, as the 2011 speaker for the Thomas J. Volpe Lecture Series.

The legendary Brooklyn born journalist emphasized the importance of reading, shared stories of his life growing up in Brooklyn and discussed his travels abroad.

“It [reading] was essential to the making of my life ... and essential to millions and millions and millions {read more...}











 

 


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