Eugene Ostashevesky will be reading at the Zinc Bar on FEBRUARY 19 at 5:30 with Uljana Wolf + Brian Johnstone. Zinc is at 82 West 3rd Street between Sullivan & Thompson in New York City's Greenwich Village.
Alicia Jo Rabins will be playing a few shows in the New York area over the next two months.
MONDAY FEBRUARY 20: Augury Books launch party! Alicia will perform a couple Girls in Trouble songs, other people will read poems, it will be grand. Botanica Bar, NYC, 7 pm
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26: Alicia will perform some songs at the Obie-award winning Secret City service
@ Dixon Place, 11 am
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 29: Vashti’s Banquet at Scarsdale Synagogues, Scarsdale NY, 6:30-8 pm
THURSDAY MARCH 8: United Synagogue of Hoboken, Hoboken NJ, 8:30 pm, Girls in Trouble duo performance in honor of the ladies of Purim!
THURSDAY MARCH 15: JCC of Manhattan, Girls in Trouble duo performance
Tirtzah Bassel has a piece at the Chashama booth at the Scope New York 2012, March 7-11.
Anita Glesta’s Gernika project which will be installed and inaugurated in the Basque Country in April and will later be shown in Oct 2012 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow. The installation marks the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Gernika and it is a major acquisition by the Monastary in Aranztazu, Spain in conjunction with the Center for Peace of Oñati
Ronit Muszkatblit Directs "Hanna's Shabbat Dress," a New Musical Play
The beloved Israeli children's book " Hanna's Shabbat Dress" turns into a magical musical. Fold, cut, snap, glue, create a dress, create a world. Edna - the cow, Zuzzi - the dog, the Moon and the Coalman dance and sing with Hanna, and together they will discover the value of a good deed. Buy tickets here.
New Work by Tirtzah Bassel Now Showing in New York
A painting from her new TSA series is up at the 92Y Faculty exhibition. Location: Weill Art Gallery at 1385 Lexington Avenue, New York NY 10128. Another painting is participating in a project by Amalgamated Artists in a temporary exhibition space. Location: 1776 Broadway. Up through the end of December.
Girls in Trouble with Alicia Jo Rabins performing at the Museum of Jewish Heritage on Wednesday, December 21.
Behind every Maccabee is a fascinating woman. Celebrate Hanukkah with Girls in Trouble, an indie folk and rock band that plays eclectic songs about the rowdy women of the Bible, including songs from their latest album Half You Half Me.
$15, $12 student/seniors, $10 members
Eugene Ostashevsky will be reading at Hunter College this Friday, Decemeber 2.
Matvei Yankelevich and Eugene Ostashevsky will talk about translating Daniil Kharms, Osip Mandelstam and other “unofficial” Russian writers of the 1930s, emphasizing the tremendous challenges posed by cultural difference to an enterprise that, at first glance, appears to be purely linguistic. They will also read their own critically acclaimed poetry, which, by making the American and the Russian poetic traditions engage in a complex dialogue, creates a polyphonic and playful English-language voice for the new generation of Russian Americans.
Check out Michael Bradley Cohen this Saturday, October 22nd at Ars Nova' Antfest.
American Centaur presents an original devised adaptation of Arthur Miller's Death of A Salesman.
Willy Loman dreams of money, love and success; American Centaur dreams of heart-stopping, painfully entertaining theater. Using their frolicking high-tech/low-tech approach, this irreverent team of six puts on a wildly disrespectful, poetically disectting tribute to a this musty relic of mid-century American drama. A rollicking tragedy of one company’s dream, and how it died.