And TONIGHT at the MuCCC there's a brief (about a half hour) dramatic reading of the dirtiest Elizabethan poem you could possibly hope to think of, "The Choice of Valentines" by Thomas Nashe.
Pay-what-you-will. 8:00 PM.
Thanks so much for the terrific support of Winter Warmth, our soup benefit! Yay, all of us!
Will these lectures be recorded so others, not in the area, could purchase them?
Booth 71 will be featuring The Unicorn Le, a sit down painting drawing bench that is so comfortable and sturdy it is winning over professional artists from all over the globe
Stop by Booth # 60 in the center of the A Shed to see Landscape paintings, postcards & HOME PORTRAITS. ***Introducing my new line of: VANDEUSEN DESIGN POCKET PAINTINGS
Sunshyne Silverwear is so excited to be vending there again this year!! www.sunshynesilverwear.com
Interested in attending Artist Row? There will be lots of great art and great market food vendors and food trucks! Find out more here: http://www.facebook.com/events/445501925567668/
no music line up this year..??might sell more tickets if we knew what bands are coming..
The musical score for this film was written be Eastman School of Music graduate, Steve Bramson.
Try to get your tickets in advance - this tour can sell out, and tickets the days of the tour are a bit more expensive ($25). It's a don't miss this year!
Was an amazing show, my daughter kaitlyn played " Audrey" and I couldn't be more proud. The cast was amazing, and as with all of her productions, Judith once again brought magic to the stage! What an awesome group of talent! Thank you for sharing your God given talent with us!
Bassist: A link to the Google Map is now embedded in the article. Here's the link just in case: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid…
Will the map be available online?
This is gonna be fun!
We are very excited to bring NO WORD IN GUYANESE FOR ME by Wendy Graf to Rochester. For tickets and other information visit www.breadandwatertheatre.org. Performance dates are as follows: April 26, 27, May 3 and 4 at 8pm; April 28 and May 5 at 2pm. It's a great show and we'd be excited to have you at the theatre.
Dan: at this point all of our busker slots are filled, But if you'd like to be added to the waiting list you can e-mail email@example.com.
Is there still time to enter the competition?
Dear Junderwater: It's on Thursday, May 2. Thank you for pointing out that we omitted that (extremely important!) piece of information. We hope you can join us!
On what DATE?
Thank you. :)
To the Edior,
It was with delight that I saw the listing for Dance Strasser in the City Paper. Dance Strasser, like Dance Hartwell (April 18-20, 7:30p), was student choreographed and performed. Like other adjudicated evenings of dance, what was presented on stage is only a sampling of the work being done in the Department of Dance at the College at Brockport. The listing followed just a page after Casey Carlsen's well-written preview piece on Vision of Sound, which included several Brockport dance alumni, so one has the sense that dance is taken seriously at the City Paper. That said, I feel compelled to comment.
While it is true that dancers have an advantage "over the average academic crowd," because they are artists and that is an advantage, the work they do is not easier than other academic disciplines, nor is it particularly stress relieving or simply a "work out." Artistic research takes many forms, some of it ends up on stage, some of it on the page. The choreography and performances take creativity, dedication, and discipline, just like other forms of serious study.
Please come join us for a concert this spring.
Maura Keefe, PhD
Chair, Department of Dance
The College at Brockport
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