Monthly Archives // November 2016

“Finding Solitude” Exhibit Closing Party Dec. 5th.

[Translate] ARTIST STATEMENT My work explores the connection between places and internal solitude. While capturing these select images, I found myself reflecting upon ideas, plans, and dreams while suddenly realizing I was solo within the cultural landscape minus its inhabitants. Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals interview – Eliza Bent – “Real Talk/Kip Talk”

[Translate] Eliza Bent – Producer/Writer/Performer “Real Talk/Kip Talk” Tickets and more info go here. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Continue reading…

Photographs from IN/SIGHTS – Julie Goell

[Translate]  Julie Goell “As Lena, an old-world urchin, I audition for the legendary Mr. Big Time in my one-woman show, Woman in a Suitcase.” ~ ~ Julie Goell Photographed at The New York Clown Theater Festival (circa 1983) Here is Read the full article…

IN/SIGHTS – Big Apple Circus Clowns

[Translate] Big Apple Circus Clowns “1987 – Big Apple Circus Clowns. This shot encompasses the wonder of clowns’ first contact with the audience: hope, innocence, vulnerability, and impending mayhem.” ~ ~ Paul Binder – CoFounder of The Big Apple Circus Read the full article…

IN/SIGHTS – Carlo Mazzone Clementi – Commedia

[Translate] Carlo Mazzone Clementi From Wikipedia. Carlo Mazzone-Clementi (12 December 1920 – 5 November 2000) was a performer and founder of two schools of commedia, mime and physical theater as well as a contemporary and colleague of leaders of modern Read the full article…

Photographs from IN/SIGHTS – Clown/Actor Bill Irwin

[Translate] “When you’re onstage, part of you wants to be off as fast as possible. And once you’re offstage, everything is in anticipation of the next time you’re on.” Bill Irwin Studio photographs of Bill Irwin taken Nov. 1986 by Read the full article…

Nina Conti returns to New York City – Dec 12 – 23rd – “In Your Face” at Barrow St. Theatre

[Translate] Ventriloquism for a new generation… edgy, outrageous, and off the charts! Direct from her run at The Criterion Theatre in London’s West End, NINA CONTI, Britain’s voice-throwing queen, leaves the crowd speechless without even opening her mouth. Using face Read the full article…

Lon Chaney – “Shadows” – 1922 Silent Film

November 12, 2016 // Cinema, Film, Silent Film // No Comments

[Translate] SHADOWS In this powerful story of racial prejudice, Chaney plays an aging Chinese man who converts to Christianity to prevent a friend from being blackmailed. Directed by Tom Forman Starring: Lon Chaney, Marguerite De La Motte Music: Kevin MacLeod Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals interview with Jeremy Lawrence – “Lavender Songs”

[Translate] Vaudevisuals Interview with Jeremy Lawrence “Lavender Songs – A Queer Cabaret in Weimar Berlin Songs and sketches of the period performed by Jeremy Lawrence in his own translations. Based on an evening created by Alan Lareau. Directed by Jason Read the full article…