Events in the Performance category.
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May 28

Goat Milk Goddesses - a new music improv team formed with my classmates. We'll improvise a short musical. There's an opening non-music improv act. You get what you get. [more inside]
posted by amtho at 12:38 PM - 0 comments

May 18

Extra ticket: Read all about it. [more inside]
posted by Champagne Supernova at 6:56 PM - 0 comments

April 25

I am very interested in the Taos Vortex 2019, Meow Wolf's summer festival, set for this Aug. 16, 17, and 18. Anyone else planning on going, either as a day visitor, or to camp? And has anyone gone before?
posted by filthy light thief at 2:42 PM - 4 comments

February 24

I’ve been taking a course with the SF Neo-Futurists for the past few weeks, and we’re doing our class show this Wednesday!
The staple Neo-Futurist show is The Infinite Wrench, an ongoing attempt to successfully perform 30 plays in 60 minutes. Since this is a class show, we’ll be making a smaller attempt: 20 plays in 40 minutes! (Slightly reduced number of plays! Same degree of difficulty!)
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll hopefully think about performance in a new way.
You’ll pay nothing and depart with valuable experience!
Seriously though: I love the neo-futurist aesthetic and I think it’s a wonderful thing for anyone to experience in any form. I’d be really happy if some fellow MeFites wanted to come and see what the fuss is about.
posted by pmlandwehr at 10:29 PM - 4 comments

January 25

Hi folks, tickets are now spoken for. Thanks!
posted by J. Tiberius at 4:26 AM - 2 comments

January 9

My band is playing on Groundhog Day, as promised! It'd be fun to see you there. We play from about 8-11pm. Good food and drink (and the old-potato smell of a place that makes 1000s of latkes) to be had, plus great company. Lots of tunes you know, a few you don't. Unhip as heck. [more inside]
posted by wellred at 9:58 AM - 18 comments

December 7

My son and I are going to see a Gamelan Ensemble performance by Gamelan Laras Tentrem and the Tufts University Gamelan Ensemble: tomorrow, Saturday 12/8, 7pm*, at the Granoff Music Center, Fisher Performance Room, 20 Talbot St, Somerville. We'll meet at 6:45 in front of the Fisher Performance Room (see my comment below*) inside the Granoff Music Building at Tufts U, 20 Talbot Ave in Somerville. (I think it may one floor below the entrance) If we're hungry and it's not too late, we'll go and eat something afterwards. [more inside]
posted by not_on_display at 9:53 AM - 11 comments

November 14

After a successful season at Melbourne Fringe, Queer Lady Magician returns to Melbourne's LGBTQIA+ festival Midsumma! Updated script, new tricks, new shenanigans. The Melba Spiegeltent Studio, 30 Jan - 3 Feb 2019. Get tickets here. [more inside]
posted by divabat at 5:08 PM - 0 comments

October 16

I have a story in An Outbreak Of Peace, a new anthology of stories about peace, released to coincide with the centenary of the end of the first World War, and the launch event takes place at Housmans Bookshop, King's Cross, on November 14th, at 7pm. [more inside]
posted by dng at 9:08 AM - 0 comments

October 2

Tired of soloing in your living room? Want to shake the rehearsal space? Has the other half of your stoner polka duo migrated for work? Come to Band-Date Featuring Kiss My Face and Eva van Manen.
posted by ZipRibbons at 2:22 AM - 0 comments

September 29

I have an extra ticket to see Pete Yorn @ Grammercy Theatre this Sunday September 30th @7:30. Are you in? [more inside]
posted by Champagne Supernova at 2:07 PM - 1 comments

September 6

I want to go to Tamara Shopsin's reading with John Hodgman at Books Are Magic if work doesn't wear me out too much. If you'd like to come too, that'd be cool! We could also get dinner and/or drinks at one of many nearby drinking and dining establishments (like Leyenda, perhaps?). [more inside]
posted by ferret branca at 8:17 PM - 2 comments

August 18

Never Ending Night is an immersive play - a post-Apocalyptic refugee drama - set underground and performed at the Collingwood Underground Carpark. Tickets on sale from Melbourne Fringe. 18th-29th September. [more inside]
posted by crossoverman at 12:55 AM - 0 comments

August 15

Queer Lady Magician (Projects, Ask) makes its full debut at Melbourne Fringe! 12-15th Sept 2018 at Gasworks Art Park Studio Theatre. Tickets available from Melbourne Fringe or Gasworks Art Park. [more inside]
posted by divabat at 5:42 PM - 5 comments

July 25

Seven teams enter, one team leaves with a prize. Plus there's food. And an excuse to hang out in a bar this Saturday. [more inside]
posted by amtho at 10:39 AM - 1 comments

July 18

My band Northern Nomads is playing a second show next weekend, this time at Stayin' Alive, Seattle's best disco night. The event will be hosted at Eden in Sodo, tickets here. [more inside]
posted by Existential Dread at 1:28 PM - 0 comments

My band Northern Nomads is headlining an early show (facebook event; website) at Barboza! It's going to be a night of dreampop/synthpop/electrofunk, so come on out and dance! [more inside]
posted by Existential Dread at 9:17 AM - 1 comments

July 17

Would anyone like to go see Lily Allen perform at the Fillmore Silver Spring? [more inside]
posted by argonauta at 9:01 AM - 0 comments

June 19

The Dancehall of Beautiful Radiant Things is a social-mixer-disguised-as-a-slow-dance-club that welcomes dancers and non-dancers of all skill levels to share in a night of song-length social vignettes. Upon entry, attendees are given a dance card with 21 spots for 21 songs. Fill your card with friends, with strangers, with secret crushes, with future besties. That's 21 chances to be present and connect with a dance partner for the length of a simple, 3.5 minute serenade. No strings attached. No irony. No dancing skills required. [more inside]
posted by MiltonRandKalman at 11:30 AM - 0 comments

June 14

Two concerts will be presented by New Music on the Point this weekend in the Brandon area. On Friday, June 15, at the Salisbury Congregational Church, NMOP presents improvisational music featuring Miya Masaoka, George Lewis, Robert Black, and Juraj Kojs. On Saturday, June 16, at the Brandon Town Hall, NMOP presents performances by the JACK Quartet and soprano Tony Arnold, featuring works by Ted Hearne, George Lewis, and Amy Williams. [more inside]
posted by Jonathan Livengood at 8:31 AM - 0 comments