Monthly Archives: September 2010

Boo!

Halloween is fast approaching, and so are performances for two fun projects I’m working on!

The first is Erin Moughon’s death[match.com].  This scary, funny take on on-line dating will be running Oct. 21st – 24th as part of Shortened Attention Span’s Horror Fest.  Click here for the official website and details.  The audience votes for their favorite play, and there’s cash money prizes for the winners!

Also, more details coming in a few weeks on The Harmonious Pimps of Harmony’s Last Show, an epic, one night only event presented on October 29th as part of Ars Nova’s ANT Fest.

And – Don’t forget to check out the New Georges Perform-A-Thon this weekend, where instant theatre equals lots of crazy fun!

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Posted on September 28, 2010

Perform-A-Thon 2.0

It’s that time of year again – for the New Georges 2nd Annual Perform-A-Thon.  It was such chaotic fun last year, and I can’t wait to do it again!  Look below for the where/when/why and how to sponsor me.  The most-sponsored artist wins three days of free rehearsal space – and “most-sponsored” means people, not dollars.  So, if you’ve got a dollar to throw my way, you know it’s a tax-deductible dollar well spent!


THON 2010!

the 2nd annual (reimagined)

New Georges Perform-a-thon

a day-long mix ‘n match creative adventure & party

IN WHICH we assign playwrights, directors & others to collaborations which create short theatrical spectacles on the day of the event

TO SUPPORT The Room, New Georges’ workspace for women theater artists, and the artists who work there

Saturday October 2
5 to 9pm

performance sets start every hour on the hour!
party ALL the time!

free admission when you sponsor an artist!
sponsor an artist & support The Room even if you can’t come!
just go here, pick your artist(s), and sponsor away:
http://www.ovationtix.com/trs/store/28445

OR

just 10 bucks at the door!

at The Room/New Georges
520 8th Avenue, Third Floor (between 36/37th streets)

what’s a THON?
hit www.newgeorges.org, scroll around till you see “current events,” and read the whole story!

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Posted on September 14, 2010
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