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Friday, October 28, 2016
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LISTEN…CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
SOLD OUT performance on 10/16/16
*Added performance by popular demand 10/29/16 @ 4PM*
Written and performed by Gloria Rosen
Directed by Suzanne Bachner
Official Selection - FringeNYC 2013
Best of Fringe - Hollywood Fringe Festival 2013
Official Selection two years in a row –
Los Angeles Woman’s Theatre Festival
Official Selection –
EstroGenius Sola Voce Festival, N.Y.C.
Official Selection - The Women at Work Festival - Stage Left Studio, N.Y.C.
Listen...Can You Hear Me Now?, a solo show written and performed by Gloria Rosen and directed by Suzanne Bachner has added performance by popular demand on October 29 at 4PM
New York, NY -- On Saturday, October 29th from 9 pm to 2 am, Storefront for Art and Architecture will host Critical Halloween: Luxury, at United Palace, formerly one of the original five Loew's Wonder Theatres. This annual event captures the critical imagination of creative revelers across the city. This year we explore LUXURY, a feared (and sometimes coveted) ghost of architectural production. A renowned jury of critics and experts will award prizes for the best costumes in various categories.
For more information and tickets, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/critical-halloween-luxury-tickets-28465696665
Deep Dish is a favorite show at The Lantern, in historic Greenwich Village. Producer and comedian Amber Rollo puts together lineups of the hottest NYC comedians for FREE! In the venue's speakeasy type basement you'll see shows that will blow your mind and not your pockets.
This month's lineup is beyond killer!
Daniel Simonsen (The Laugh Factory)
Liz Barrett (Gotham Comedy Live)
Naomi Karavani (Redacted Tonight)
Stephanie McRae (Gotham Comedy Live)
Jeff Simmermon (This American Life)
Desert Hearts Halloween Takeover
Chee Pearlman, journalist, conference creator, and design curator at TED Conferences moderates a conversation between design critic Ralph Caplan, graphic designer Milton Glaser, and architect Beverly Willis on the heritage of the design profession and its eventual legacy within the ecological, social, and service spheres, at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
The event is in celebration of the publication of "Twenty Over Eighty: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design," a collection of insightful, intimate, and often irreverent interviews with twenty architecture and design legends over the age of eighty.
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