Thursday, March 31, 2011

Brooklyn friends that fly!!we love you!

Words from" The Trapeze Loft":

The Trapeze Loft has officially MOVED!

Our new home is BIG SKY WORKS, a new multidisciplinary community arts and performance space in North Brooklyn, located at 29 Wythe Avenue.

BIG SKY WORKS will be home to all Trapeze Loft classes and shows, and a variety of other exciting programs and performances.

Programming proposals for BIG SKY WORKS are now being accepted for creative projects of all shapes and sizes! We are also looking for experienced teachers to expand the Trapeze Loft's lineup: juggling, hula hoop, partner acro, yoga, pilates, zumba - all styles are welcome. Interested artists, instructors, and event producers: contact Tanya Gagné directly via email: tbirdgagne @ yahoo (DOT) com.

Here's to exciting times ahead!

Friday, April 1 · 8:30pm - 11:30pm

Big Sky Works
29 Wythe Ave at N. 14th Street
Brooklyn, NY

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For you, it's a evening of gorgeous acts and swinging live jazz at a hot new performance space in Williamsburg.

For private eye Butt Kapinski, it's just another night.

Come see the clown that Director of Programming of Lincoln Center For the Performing Arts called "Hilarious" and the Hartford police called "Probably not part of the parade" in her swan song show before she leaves New York for good.

Featuring Snaps Alden and the Butt Kapinski Orchestra:
Sarah Alden - fiddle and vocals
Raphael McGregor- lap steel
Kyle Sanna- guitar
Jason Sypher- bass
Brian Geltner- drums

With Jean Loscalzo on Trapeze
Tess Emerson on Lyra
Balloons by Mistress B
7-minute Opera by the Donovan Ensemble
Egyptian-style bellydance by Ranya Renee (my sister!)
Melissa-Anne the Hula Hoop Harlot, hooping,
and custodial by Billy Dee Bedlam and Cloris Flap

Come for the show, stay for the afterparty! DJ Dusty Walker spins funk, soul and world til the wee hours.

Friday, April 1st
Doors open and band starts at 8:30pm, show at 9
Big Sky Works
29 Wythe Ave at N. 14th Street

Monday, March 28, 2011

Eckhart Tolle, Quite Ordinary,


Frances Densmore with Blackfoot chief, Mountain Chief,
during a 1916 phonograph recording session for the Bureau of American Ethnology

Quite ordinary ...can be extraordinary