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Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “The Night They Raided Minsky’s”

[Translate] When I was a student at SVA studying Film Production I spent a day walking around the neighborhood and found a film set which had been created on West 26th Street. They had reconstructed an old 1920’s neighborhood to Read the full article…

Bindlestiff Open Stage Variety Revue – Feb. 6th, 2017 @ Dixon Place

[Translate] THE BINDLESTIFF OPEN STAGE VARIETY REVUE Hosting the evening’s entertainment was ‘Magic Brian’. First up was the ‘Amazing HouDino’ performing a wonderful card trick with his father Magic Brian. HouDino carefully selected a card as audience volunteer looks on. Read the full article…

Merry Christmas from Vaudevisuals.com

[Translate] Merry Christmas from Jim Moore on Vimeo. Continue reading…

Check out Vaudevisuals.com – A 2016 Review every day!

December 19, 2016 // Photography, Year in Review // No Comments

[Translate] Warm up to a cup of Vaudevisuals every morning!  In case you missed some of the postings this year I will be doing a monthly review starting today for the next 11 days. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ January Read the full article…

“The Secret Variety Society” at Pangea

[Translate] Starting the evening off is Reverend Roper and his attempt to get all present to be ‘blessed’. With kazoo and piano, Sabrina Chap provides more than ample music for the evening. Wild and wonderful comrade Miss Ekaterina sways down Read the full article…

Dance Photographs of Phoebe Neville

September 14, 2016 // Dance, Photography, Women // No Comments

[Translate] In the late 1980’s I was hired by choreographer Phoebe Neville to produce photographs for her upcoming dance performances. Here are some of them from 1988 thru 1990. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Continue reading…

‘Can Can’ in the Pike Street Market, Seattle

[Translate] While traveling in Seattle for the 4th of July weekend I was walking through the Pike Street Market. I came across a young man handing out postcards and ‘talking’ people into going into the “Can Can” show that was Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Interview with Heather Litteer – “Lemonade”.

[Translate] Heather Litteer in ‘Lemonade’ at The Club at LaMama Heather came to the Big Apple to become an actress. Little by little, part by part, she worked her way up the ladder, playing the hookers, junkies, and strippers — Read the full article…

“CHASE: What Matters Most?” – Animals Performance Group @ Dixon Place

[Translate] CHASE: What Matters Most? Six low-level employees of an anonymous bank, all of whom are named Chase, refuse to take the apocalypse seriously. Each of them on their own metaphysical journey, they intersect to share their findings. Studying nightmares, Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals interview – Karen Jenson interviews Lorcan Otway @ Theatre 80 St. Marks

[Translate] Theatre 80 St. Marks Place – Karen Jenson and I visited Lorcan Otway at his historical theater. 80 St. Marks Place was The Jazz Gallery until 1964 when Howard Otway took over. Beginning during Prohibition, 80 Saint Marks Place Read the full article…