PS122 – “Avant-Garde-Arama” @ Abrons Arts Center – DAY 2 – Sat. April 13, 20130
The lineup for Sat night’s show was as follows:
Unitard – Mike Albo, Nora Burns and David IIku
Jeremy X Halpern
Andrew Schneider (YOUARENOTHERE)
[title of show] includes Susan Blackwell, Hunter Bell, Jeff Bowen, Heidi Blickenstaff, Larry Pressgrove, Michael Berresse
Here are some images from Saturday evening’s show.
The Avant Garde Arama ‘dancers’ perform the Tom Mob dance.
Celebrating the Full Moon of Tom Murrin with one of his routines performed on Sat. night.
CoHosts Mike Iverson and Lucy Sexton
Chris Tanner performing a monolog followed by a song.
Unitard Comedy group performing at Avant Garde Arama
Steve Buscemi featured in Jo Andres film “When the Curtain Comes Down” based on a song by Diana Krall.
Laurie Berg dances up a sultry storm.
[title of show] /Now. Here. This. – Original Cast members.
Andrew Schneider performing with interactive electronics.
Cohost Lucy Sexton introducing the next act.
Production/Stage manager Lori E. Seid shows PS122 Director Vallejo Gartner that his time is up to finish his beer.
Dixon Place founder and Director Ellie Covan explains the new ‘TOMMY” awards to the audience.
R. Sikoryak reads from Moby Dick for this ’40secondstreet’ piece. One one leg!
Alice Krugler performs a ’40secondstreet’ segment.
Salley May talks about the ’40secondstreet’ segment to the audience.
Gary Ray performs in ’40secondstreet’ segment to get something ‘off his chest’ as he explained to me later!
A regular at the ‘Avant-Garde-Arama’ for many years, Helen dances up a storm for the audience. (she is 90 yrs old)
The audience went wild when Helen was dancing on stage.
Mimi Goese performs a beautiful song and performance piece to music by Kevin Macleod and How How.
Nurse Baby Aspargus towering of the body of Lucy Sexton. (Cohosts of the show)
The Operating Theater Company (with Jason Schuler) performed a hysterical ‘hippie cast’ play.
James (Tigger) Ferguson performed a wild and crazy ‘boylesque’ piece with smashing apples together that covered the front row audience members.