Monthly Archives // October 2013

Happy Halloween – Victorian Cut ups

October 30, 2013 // Photography // No Comments

[Translate] Victorian Cut up – Headless woman

Gay Life on the Carnival Lot: Jennifer Miller and Sideshow Impresario Ward Hall @ Coney Island USA

[Translate] For the first time ever Legendary Sideshow Impresario Ward Hall  discusses his 70 years on the carnival lot as a gay man. In a live interview with Circus Amok director Jennifer Miller Ward will shared the stories of his Read the full article…

Dec. 26th, 1958 – Edward R Murrow interview with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward

October 20, 2013 // Film, Performing Arts, Video // No Comments

[Translate] Sitting in their new Greenwich Village apartment Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward talk to newscaster Edward R.Murrow. He talks about being a ‘rebel’,the individual and society. From his comments it seems that nothing much has changed. Newman and Woodward Read the full article…

“The Pumpkin Pie Show: Boogedy Boo” – @ UNDER St. Marks

[Translate] “The Pumpkin Pie Show: Boogedy Boo” – @ UNDER St. Marks   All stories written by Clay McLeod Chapman Music by Shayfer James Performed by: Clay McLeod Chapman, Hannah Cheek, and Ana Asensio. 15 years and still going strong! Read the full article…

Vagabond Inventions premiers “For The Sins I Can Remember” – IRT Theater – Oct 3rd thru Oct 20th

[Translate]  Vagabond Inventions returns with the New York premiere of FOR THE SINS I CAN REMEMBER, devised and co-written by Donna Costello, Cynthia Polutanovich, and Jennifer Sargent and directed by Jennifer Sargent. From the Press Release Inspired by Maimie Pinzer and her collection of Read the full article…

‘No Holds Barred Variety Show” – Dixon Place – Sept 30th, 2013

[Translate] What a great show! Opening musical number was an original song “No Holds Barred” with entire cast singing. Curated and hosted by Cody Schreger ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Andrew Foster was first to present his piece. Mixed media Read the full article…

1922 Max Fleischer animation – Koko Bubbles – “Out of the Inkwell” – Early example of hand drawn animation

October 2, 2013 // Clown, Film, Silent Film // No Comments

[Translate] Featuring Koko the Clown. Max Fleischer was a pioneer in the development of the animated cartoon and served as the head of Fleischer Studios. He brought such animated characters as Betty Boop, Koko the Clown, Popeye, and Superman to Read the full article…