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Apr
13
Sun
Counter-Productions Presents: PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE @ Empire Black Box
Apr 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Counter-Productions Theatre Company Presents

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE

Written by Steve Martin

Directed by Rufus Qristofer Teixeira

April 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 7:30pm

April 13 at 2:00pm

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE is an exploration of ideas about life, love, and sex in the 20th

century, as viewed through the respective lenses of art and science.

Set in a Parisian bar in 1904, the play imagines a comical encounter between Pablo Picasso

and Albert Einstein, both of whom are in their early twenties and fully aware of their amazing

potential.

The play will be produced at AS220’s 95 Empire Black Box Theatre, at 95 Empire Street,

Providence, RI.

Admission is $20

www.cptcri.com

Apr
14
Mon
Intermediate/Advanced Modern Dance @ 95 Empire Dance Studio
Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Intermediate/Advanced Modern Dance with Betsy Miller // Mondays @ 7-8:30pm // $13 per class; $60 for 6 classes

This is a contemporary release technique with a solid base in ballet. Class begins with a full-bodied warm-up designed to activate the core and connect breath with movement while finding anatomically efficient pathways. Structured improvisations and set exercises explore dynamics, weight shifts, and flow to develop a quick mind and a listening body. Class finishes with a vigorous, high-energy dance phrase.  Students will be encouraged to explore, take risks, and develop as versatile technicians. For intermediate and advanced dancers of all ages.
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Armageddon Record Shop Presents: Spirit Caravan, Pilgrim, and Balam @ AS220
Apr 14 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 15 @ 1:00 am

THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT – NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT – NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT – NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT

Armageddon Shop Presents:

Spirit Caravan (MD)
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Spirit-Caravan-Official/684094061621546
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spirit_Caravan
http://youtu.be/ElHQ_KGRvyY

Pilgrim (RI)
https://www.facebook.com/hailthepilgrim

Balam (RI)
https://www.facebook.com/balamband

Facebook Event Page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/609015875846671/

Monday April 14th
9pm
$10
All Ages & Drink w/ID

www.armageddonshop.com

Spirit Caravan

THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT – NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT – NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED  - NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - NO FREE PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED - THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElHQ_KGRvyY

Sick Din / Va Va Blume @ Psychic Readings
Apr 14 @ 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFlg0elQSc4

Sick Din is the pop personae of self taught musician, multi-media artist, and performance artist from Baltimore.  She has performed music, avant guard dance with BXDC, created her own music videos, been an experimental back up dancer, and played in various experimental projects in d.i.y venues in Baltimore and New York.  She self released 5 full albums under her own name, an experimental solo vocal project Square Pi, and her weird pop existence as Sick Din. Sick Din is vocal based pop music created by manipulating her unique self taught vocal style. Her act is highly visual and she will be releasing a new music video in April 2014 to accompany her tour through Baltimore, Boston, Providence and New York entitled “Sick Break”.

Va Va Blume is a folktronic two-man wolfpack. Joel Pelkey-Blum and ALex Pevzner.
Eclectic singing & Lo-fi instruments mate with Hi-fi electronic drums & effects that loop & swoop.
Influenced by the early tribal tronic sounds of The Talking heads and the folk + samples & beats of Manu chao and Beck, to name some of many.
www.reverbnation.com/vavablume

Apr
15
Tue
RHD Artist Free Open Studio @ AS220
Apr 15 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

RHD Artist Free Open Studio

Tuesdays & Thursdays (except 1st Tuesday of month)

10:30 am – 1:30 am

RHD artists will be hard at work in the AS220 main gallery/performance space. Drop in, have lunch, meet the artists, work on your own art or join in on a collaborative project.  Resources for Human Development Rhode Island (RHD-RI) is a prolific non-profit arts-based studio program that serves adults with a range of disabilities. For more information check out: rhdri.org

 

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Open Life Drawing @ AS220
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Open Life Drawing – Drop -in
$6
Bring your own drawing materials, we supply seats and model.

YoBalAtes @ 95 Empire Dance Studio
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

YoBalAtes with Kristen Minsky // Tuesdays @ 6-7pm // $13 per class; $60 for 6 classes

This one-hour conditioning class is perfect for anyone who is looking to stretch, strengthen, and tone their body. It is a wonderful compliment to other dance and fitness routines, but is also fantastic on its own if pursued regularly. YoBalAtes combines elements of ballet and pilates into a yoga-based series that is a full-body workout, with special attention to the core, legs, and derriere.  Open to all levels.

 

The Entertainer: Theatrical Dance @ 3rd Floor Dance Studio
Apr 15 @ 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm
The Entertainer: Theatrical Dance with Kristen Minsky // Tuesdays @ 7:15-8:15pm // $13 per class; $60 for 6 classes.

Beginner to intermediate dance class for the entertainer in us all. Enjoy a toning warm-up incorporating ballet, yoga, isolations, etc. before diving into a weekly combination reflective of anything from early Broadway performance and movie musicals to Motown and ladies of the 80s. Whether you perform for an audience or your mirror, this will be an energizing way to spend your Tuesday evening in motion.

FREE MOVIE NIGHT *DOUBLE*: A Trip To The Moon, and A Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women @ AS220
Apr 15 @ 9:30 pm – 11:30 pm

9:30pm doors

open 9:45pm A Trip to The Moon

10:10pm Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women

Le_Voyage_dans_la_lune A Trip to the Moon (FrenchVoyage dans la Lune)[a] is a 1902 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès. Inspired by a wide variety of sources,[5] it follows a group of astronomers who travel to the Moon in a cannon-propelled capsule, explore the Moon’s surface, escape from an underground group of Selenites (lunar inhabitants), and return in a splashdown to Earth with a captive Selenite in tow.[6] An internationally popular success at the time of its release,[7] it is the best-known of the hundreds of films made by Méliès, and the moment in which the capsule lands in the Moon’s eye remains one of the most iconic images in the history of cinema.[8] It was named one of the 100 greatest films of the 20th century by The Village Voice, ranking at #84,[9] and in 2002 it became the first work designated as a UNESCO World Heritage film.   Voyageplanetprehistoricwomen
Not to be confused with Women of the Prehistoric Planet.
Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women
Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women is a 1968 science fiction film directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The film is an adapted version of Curtis Harrington‘s Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet, which in turn is adapted from the Russian 1962 feature Planeta Burby Pavel Klushantsev. No footage from Planeta Bur appears in Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women that did not appear inVoyage to the Prehistoric Planet, and the dubbing is the same.[1] In the United States, this film is in the public domain.
Kyle Eyre Clyd / Tom Carter / Phemale @ 95 Empire
Apr 15 @ 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Apr
16
Wed
Vinyasa Yoga with Julie Shore @ 95 Empire Dance Studio
Apr 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Lunchtime Vinyasa Yoga with Julie Shore // Wednesdays @ 12-1pm // only $5 per class!

A one-hour beginner Vinyasa yoga that focuses on the foundations of classical Vinyasa flow, emphasizing movement and breath as synchronized experience. Attention to fundamental asana (postures) will prepare students for their flow sequence and is designed to help beginners develop their own practice. 

Media Arts Fundraiser Cocktail Party @ Aurora Providence
Apr 16 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

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AS220 Media Arts is hosting its fundraiser and celebrating the 20th Birthday of The Paul Krot Community Darkroom, one of AS220’s publicly accessible art-making facilities, led by our growing community of local artists.

Get up close and personal with photographers Huascar Robles, Miguel Rosario, and Mary Beth Meehan and hear the inside story about their documentary work. Huascar captured a critical moment in Haiti with a journalistic eye, while Miguel documented the daily life of people in his native country, the Dominican Republic. Mary Beth’s photo installation “City of Champions” invited viewers to consider the changing urban identities of Brockton, MA, a post-industrial American city, within the context of its historic urban landscape. Please join us! for conversation and cocktails preceding the panel discussion, “From the Edge: Documentary Photography Now” Date: Wednesday, April 16 Time: 5:30 – 7:00pm Place: Aurora 276  Westminster St.  Tickets: $100 each $150 for two. Buy Tickets Here.

 


Since August 1994, when the Paul Krot Darkroom was established at 115 Empire Street, AS220’s photography programs have grown to embrace both digital and traditional B&W photography, added studio lighting, and camera rentals, as well as resources for photo finishing, digital editing and large-format printing.  We introduced educational offerings to support the use of these new resources. In 2012, we began to expand the photography program into a Media Arts program supporting complementary analog and digital mediums such as film, video, audio, and computer/web applications.  AS220 currently provides affordable access to graphics software at the Media Arts Lab, and is planning a gradual expansion into new media as resources allow.

 

Providence Geek Dinner @ AS220
Apr 16 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Photo by Michael St. Jean on Flickr. Some rights reserved.Wednesday, April 16, 5:30 – 8pm
AS220, 115 Empire Street, Providence, RI
FREE (buy your own food and drink – it’s cheap)
RSVP on Facebook

Providence-based EdTrips is helping our nation’s teachers take their classes on better field trips. Their web-based platform empowers teachers to find better (curriculum-aligned) trips, collect permission forms & payments, and facilitate all trip-related communication.

On Wednesday the 16th, the Co-Founders, CEO Jakob Garrow and COO Laura Wallendal, will tell their startup’s story, demo their powerful service, and give us a sneak peek at where they’re headed next.

RSVP on Facebook

 
As always, for first-timers here are the details on the Geek Dinners:
  • The event itself is FREE! Beverages and food are for sale at AS220’s excellent bar and restaurant.
  • Doors open at 5:30pm. Socializing, eating and drinking up until the 30 min presentation/q&a around 6:30pm. Afterwards, back to socializing, eating, drinking…
  • It’s totally casual. Wear whatever, bring whoever, arrive and take off whenever! And don’t worry about eating or not – come famished or full – eating is optional, and frankly, the least of the festivities (that’s not say the food isn’t good – it’s actually great)
  • Topics of conversation will vary as they will at any gathering of geeks, but many of us will be talking about AJAX, mash-ups, start-ups, new devices, innovative business models, interaction design, social computing, digital art, web services, etc. etc. etc.
  • There is Wi-Fi so bring your connected device of choice.
Beginner Modern Dance @ 95 Empire Dance Studio
Apr 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Beginner Modern Dance with  Stephanie Turner // Wednesdays @ 6:30-8pm // $13 per class; $60 for 6 classes 

Class begins with a warm-up that incorporates yoga and breathwork with gentle movements of the spine. A series of short phrases will then be explored, where students are encouraged to play and experiment with how his/her individual body prefers to move through the demonstrated movements. The phrases include elements like directional changes, movement through space, spirals, rotation, lines, momentum, energy and floorwork.  Each phrase that is developed will lead to a rich and colorful dance toward the end of class.  OpenModern5

Stephanie Turner is a choreographer, teacher and performer based in Providence, RI.  She earned a BFA in Dance Performance at Rhode Island College in 2010. Stephanie has performed for several independent choreographers including Olase Freeman, Katie McNamara, Melody Ruffin Ward and Betsy Miller. She is the co- founder of The Movement Exchange in Pawtucket, RI.  Stephanie has been teaching at AS220 since 2012 and has taught workshops at several universities and schools around New England.

From the Edge: Documentary Photography Now @ Aurora Providence
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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AS220 Media Arts presents

From The Edge
Documentary Photography Now

Aurora Providence (old Roots Café) , 276 Westminster St., Providence, RI 02903
Free Admission, 7-9pm

AS220 Media Arts is hosting its fundraiser and celebrating 20 years of The Paul Krot Community Darkroom all throughout April. To compliment the exhibit, Portraits of Marasa: Photographing the Dominican Republic and Haiti, AS220 Media Arts will also host “From the Edge: Documentary Photography Now”, a panel discussion on the state of documentary photography, on Wednesday, April 16th, from 7-9pm at Aurora Providence. This will feature photographers Huáscar Robles, Miguel Rosario, and Mary Beth Meehan, moderated by Marc Levitt, host and co-executive producer of the Action Speaks! live radio forum. The discussion will center on the role of photography as a tool for documentation, the role of the photographer, and the opportunities and challenges presented by new technologies. Huáscar captured a critical moment in Haiti, with a journalistic eye, while Miguel documented the daily life of people in the Dominican Republic as someone who belongs to its cultural diaspora. Mary Beth is an experienced documentary photographer and a professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design; bringing an additional academic perspective to the conversation on culture and photography.

Portraits of Marasa: Photographing the Dominican Republic and Haiti is an exhibit of photographs by Miguel Rosario and Huáscar Robles. The exhibit runs the whole month of April at Aurora Providence. Miguel Rosario presents black and white portrait photography capturing life in the Dominican Republic. Huáscar Robles showcases a body of work from his travels to Haiti right after the catastrophic earthquake of 2010. The combination of these two bodies of work by two photographers from AS220’s community of artists, leads an exploration of the relationship between the two countries that comprise the island of Hispaniola.

Huáscar Robles is a journalist, photographer and critic who tackles topics of culture, urbanism and politics. Besides being a correspondent after Haiti’s 2010 earthquake for various media outlets, he produced “The Invisible Coast”, a short documentary on Haitian immigrants in Puerto Rico. He is a columnist for Puerto Rico’s El Nuevo Día and has published articles and photographs in Chicago Tribune’s Hoy, Acts of Witness and other media in United States, Puerto Rico and Brazil. He is a 2009 Urban Media Fellow of the Institute for Justice and Journalism and a 2009 Ochberg Fellow of Columbia University’s Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma. He currently works on his first book on Haiti’s five-year after analysis and will commence Graduate Studies at New York University. Huáscar Robles was also AS220’s Artist in Residence in May 2011. During his artistic residency, he created a series of black and white darkroom photography on Rhode Island’s Latino community, titled “El país bajo mi piel: Culture, Memory, and Resistance”, which became part of the permanent collection of the Rhode Island Historical Society. For more information visit: www.Huáscarrobles.com/el-paiacutes-bajo-mi-piel

Miguel Rosario is a photographer and educator who has been a long-time AS220 community member. He launched his photographic career and passion through AS220 Youth and the Paul Krot Community Darkroom. He has been a dedicated mentor and Photography Instructor at AS220 Youth, AS220’s youth program focusing on teens under the custody and care of The State of Rhode Island’s Department of Children, Youth, and Families. Miguel Rosario’s photography capture daily life in the Dominican Republic. it’s people, identity, and culture. Routines, nostalgia, and immigration are recurring themes in his subject matter. His work is a sensible glimpse at the heart of the Dominican experience. Miguel Rosario was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and spent part of his childhood between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. As a photographer, he travels between Providence and the Dominican Republic, where the changes in his childhood town of Monción have inspired him to document the growth of Dominican culture through his photography. miguel-rosario.com and youth.as220.org.

Mary Beth Meehan is a Providence-based photographer whose current projects deal with immigration, culture, and community. Her goal is to create a connection with the people of those communities, whose identities are often obscured by economics, politics, and race. Meehan’s work has been exhibited and published widely, including in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and the Washington Post; has been honored by Pictures of the Year International and The National Conference for Community and Justice; and was nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize. Her series entitled Undocumented was featured in the Boston Sunday Globe and has received financial support from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts toward a touring exhibition in the fall of 2011. She is currently working on a second long-term project entitled City of Champions: A Portrait of Brockton, Massachusetts, which responds to her changing, post-industrial hometown. That work earned her a Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship Merit Award in 2009, and also received financial support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. She has recently won a grant from the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities for her work in Brockton to be installed as a large-scale public banner project in the city’s downtown in September of 2011. Meehan teaches Documentary Photography at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and is director of the Documenting Cultural Communities program at the International Charter School in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. www.marybethmeehan.com

Since August 1994, when the Paul Krot Darkroom was established at 115 Empire Street, AS220’s photography programs have grown to embrace both digital and traditional B&W photography, added studio lighting, and camera rentals, as well as resources for photo finishing, digital editing and large-format printing.  We introduced educational offerings to support the use of these new resources. In 2012, we began to expand the photography program into a Media Arts program supporting complementary analog and digital mediums such as film, video, audio, and computer/web applications.  AS220 currently provides affordable access to graphics software at the Media Arts Lab, and is planning a gradual expansion into new media as resources allow.

 

Tor Johnson Records Presents: Bloodpheasant, Ma Jolie, The Weaks, and Darklands @ AS220
Apr 16 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 17 @ 1:00 am
Apr
17
Thu
RHD Artist Free Open Studio @ AS220
Apr 17 @ 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

RHD Artist Free Open Studio

Tuesdays & Thursdays (except 1st Tuesday of month)

10:30 am – 1:30 am

RHD artists will be hard at work in the AS220 main gallery/performance space. Drop in, have lunch, meet the artists, work on your own art or join in on a collaborative project.  Resources for Human Development Rhode Island (RHD-RI) is a prolific non-profit arts-based studio program that serves adults with a range of disabilities. For more information check out: rhdri.org

 

RHD -RI on facebook

Joseph Rodriguez artist lecture @ AS220
Apr 17 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Joseph Rodriguez is a Documentary photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He studied photography in the School of Visual Arts and in the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program at the International Center of Photography in New York City.

 Rodriguez will discuss his documentary work, including the books “East Side Stories” and “Juvenile,” as well as a recent project on Muslim youth culture in Sweden.
Many of Rodriguez’ photos show people who are in – or who have passed through – the criminal justice system.  While these images stand as psychological portraits, they also reflect the institutional violence that American society exacts on disempowered and marginalized people.
He writes, “My interest in California began with street gangs in the early 1990s. My aim was to get close to the core of violence in America—not just the physical violence, but the quiet violence of letting families fall apart, of unemployment, of our failed education system, the violence of segregation and isolation.”

josephrodriguezphotography.com

Vira Yoga @ 95 Empire Dance Studio
Apr 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Vira Yoga with Joel Blum // Thursdays @ 6-7:15pm // $13 per class; $60 for 6 classes
Vira (Vee’ra) Yoga:
When used as an adjective the Sanskrit word Vira translates as brave. This class bravely & boldly aims towards wholeness & balance, through a flowing series of yoga postures (Vinyasa), and a variety of breathing & meditation techniques. It will emphasize the strengthening of your will and body as equally as promoting your flexibility & learning when to let go and relax. Your first class is FREE!


Counter-Productions Presents: PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE @ Empire Black Box
Apr 17 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm

Counter-Productions Theatre Company Presents

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE

Written by Steve Martin

Directed by Rufus Qristofer Teixeira

April 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 7:30pm

April 13 at 2:00pm

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE is an exploration of ideas about life, love, and sex in the 20th

century, as viewed through the respective lenses of art and science.

Set in a Parisian bar in 1904, the play imagines a comical encounter between Pablo Picasso

and Albert Einstein, both of whom are in their early twenties and fully aware of their amazing

potential.

The play will be produced at AS220’s 95 Empire Black Box Theatre, at 95 Empire Street,

Providence, RI.

Admission is $20

www.cptcri.com

Free Speech Thursdays Presents: Providence Poetry Slam @ AS220
Apr 17 @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm

7:30pm to list 8pm doors open

 

 

 

PROVSLAM YOUTH!
Workshops and slams for poets under 19!

FREE Youth Writing Workshops:
- Every FIRST Thursday of the month at NEW URBAN ARTS (705 Westminster St.) from 5-7pm. Starting in October 2012.
- Every THIRD Thursday of the month at AS220 (115 Empire St.) from 6-7:30.

YOUTH SLAM every third Thursday at AS220, after the open mic and feature of our regular ProvSlam night. On youth slam nights, youth get in for a dollar off! That’s just $3 for a whole night of poetry.

Jason Anderson, No Parents and some others. @ psychic readings
Apr 17 @ 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Jason Anderson (unkown location) – I could try to explain it but words cannot describe what will transpire. Long time road veteran, adorned with K Records merit badge, but more importantly Jason is in my list of top five performers of all time. But don’t come just to watch, come to connect!!

Liz Isenberg (PVD) – Talented songwriter. Sometimes dark dance music. I don’t know what’s going to happen this time. It’s a roll of the dice and Liz only rolls boxcars.

NO PARENTS (PVD) – ELECTRONS jumping orbitals from the fingers of members of Math the Band and Joe “the saxophone player” DeGeorge. Maybe saxes, but probably just synths.

Apr
18
Fri
Counter-Productions Presents: PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE @ Empire Black Box
Apr 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm

Counter-Productions Theatre Company Presents

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE

Written by Steve Martin

Directed by Rufus Qristofer Teixeira

April 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 7:30pm

April 13 at 2:00pm

PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE is an exploration of ideas about life, love, and sex in the 20th

century, as viewed through the respective lenses of art and science.

Set in a Parisian bar in 1904, the play imagines a comical encounter between Pablo Picasso

and Albert Einstein, both of whom are in their early twenties and fully aware of their amazing

potential.

The play will be produced at AS220’s 95 Empire Black Box Theatre, at 95 Empire Street,

Providence, RI.

Admission is $20

www.cptcri.com

Big Scythe, Sydesho & The Main Attraktion, and Project 401: hosted by Medusah Black Mercy @ AS220
Apr 18 @ 8:00 pm – Apr 18 @ 12:00 am
It’s been long awaited!!
Big Scythe’s 2nd full length album is here!!!
REFLECTIONS OF MAN!!!Featuring his band S.O.L. Soldiers of LifeCome party and have a good time with them as they celebrate this momentous occasion!!

Where: AS220
115 Empire St
Providence RI

Hosted by the one and only Medusah Black Mercy!!!!!

With Special Guest:

Sydesho & The Main Attraktion
Project 401

Dj Cruz on the 1′s and 2′s spinning classic old school Bronx Hip Hop!!

Free Food from 8-10pm catered by Happy Spoon Home Cooking!!!!

Plus!!!!

ALL STYLES DANCE CYPHER!!!
with $100 CYPHER CHAMPION!!!!

Only $6 at the door!

ALL AGES!
We encourage you to bring your kids!!!!

YOU DON’T WANNA MISS THIS!!!!!

 

Apr
19
Sat
A staged reading of “Identity Crisis” by Peter Snoad @ Empire Black Box
Apr 19 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
A staged reading of Identity Crisis by Peter Snoad, 
Saturday, April 19, 2014 / 12:00pm
the Black Box Theatre @ 95 Empire Street
featuring
 
Alexander Platt
Amos Hamrick
Clara Weishahn
Melissa Penick
with stage directions read by Patricia Leigh Waldron-Taylor