I would be hard pressed to think of a more rockin’ line-up for a New Year’s Eve show than The Upper Crust, Sidewalk Driver, and Gene Dante & the Future Starlets. Make 2012 sparkle and shine by resolving to get your glam on at Church. This show is 21+. $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Get your tickets here.
Liars & Believers and Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys announce their upcoming collaboration, 28 Seeds. Written by Walter Sickert & Meff, directed by Jason Slavick and performed by The Army of Broken Toys and the LAB, 28 Seeds is an apocalyptic, steampunk, science fiction tale that combines music, dance and theater in a genre-bending live show.
We are seeking 4 non-equity actors. Performers must be experienced, creative and collaborative. Performers must be excited by the developmental process, open minded and comfortable with improvisation and change. Performers should be comfortable creating characters, have good language skills and strong physicality.
We are seeking performers diverse in size, ethnicity, look, gender, and performance background.
This is a paid gig.
January 8-28 Workshop
January 29 Public Staged Reading
March 25-April 18 Rehearsal
April 19 Open
May 12 Close
Workshop and Rehearsals are Monday-Thursday 7-11pm and Sunday 3-9pm.
Location: Cambridge YMCA, 820 Massachusetts Ave
Auditions: Monday, November 14th 8-10pm
Callbacks: Wednesday, November 16th 8-10pm
Please prepare a 2-minute monologue
Come with a headshot and resume.
To book an audition slot, please e-mail Kate Smolik at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shudder Fest Horror Film Festival -
Four independent horror movies and a dozen short films over two nights at the Somerville Theater October 14th & 15th
Org: Asylum -
You know how sometimes you wish that you were cool enough to be friends with all the artsy people in town and you could just throw a big party and everyone would perform? (No? Is that just me?) Well Mali Sastri (lead singer of Jaggery) is that cool. And she is throwing that party. And you’re invited: “The second in the Org performance event series to take place at Oberon, Org: Asylum includes a short film shot on location at an abandoned state mental institution, a butoh interpretation of Vaslav Nijinsky, a body-painting storyteller sharing tales of art-making and suicide attempts, and much more.”
Now to figure out my “asylum chic” attire… I’m thinking Harley Quinn?
Aliza's Brain Trust -
Aliza is a pillar of the Boston alternative and arts communities, as well as a supporter of the LAB. Please consider helping out. Every little bit makes a difference.
“On Monday, July 25, 2011, Aliza Shapiro, the big brains behind Truth Serum Productions, was admitted to the hospital and is being treated for a stroke caused by a cerebral hemorrhage.
She currently has motor and vision impairment on the right side as well as language impairment. Aliza will have a long challenging road back to full recovery but we know she will get there with the love and support of her family, friends and various creative communities.
As a self-employed event producer, artist, and activist in the Boston music and queer arts communities for over 15 years, Aliza has neither employer benefits nor deep resources to support her during this rehabilitation time. Aliza’s Brain Trust is a way to help support her by raising money for her treatment and expenses during her recovery, as well as fostering the amazing community connections Aliza has created and is a vital part of.
Please click on the Donate button to support Aliza with whatever amount you wish (even $5 gets us closer to our goal), and be sure to add your stories, photos and notes for Aliza below.”
Joshua Meyer, a friend of the LAB whose art hung in our lobby during Le Cabaret Grimm, is being featured in an exhibit at the Tufts University Art Gallery. The exhibit features new and recent work by 13 Massachusetts Cultural Council 2010 Award Recipients in Painting and Drawing. It runs until July 31st.
Liars & Believers (formerly The Performance LAB) and Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys announce their upcoming collaboration, 28 Seeds. Written by Walter Sickert & Meff, adapted to the stage by Jason Slavick and performed by Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys and the LAB, 28 Seeds is an apocalyptic, steampunk, science fiction tale that combines music, dance and theater creating a mysterious, alluring and genre-bending live performance.
We are seeking 3 actors for the workshop of the show and possibly for the production. Performers must be experienced, creative and collaborative. Performers must be excited by the developmental process, must be open minded and comfortable with improvisation and change. Performers should be comfortable creating characters, have good language skills and strong physicality.
We are seeking diverse performers in size, ethnicity, look, gender, and performance background.
Show info: Workshop will be evenings July 10-28 on the Brandeis Campus. There will probably be another workshop in the fall or winter (location TBA). The show will run for 4 weeks in April-May 2012 with a possible 5th week extension. Paid, non-equity.
Audition info: Location: Boston Center for the Arts Plaza Theatre - 539 Tremont Ave. Auditions Monday June 13 7-11pm Callbacks Tuesday June 14 7-11pm Please prepare a 2-minute monologue Come with a headshot and resume.
To book an audition slot, please email Kate Smolik at email@example.com
FACES - June 16-18
Organ tones over diffused beats, lush vocals and summertime hooks, Boston based Faces is Jonathan Corey and Annika Franklin. Check them out at www.facesthemusic.com
The Doctors Fox - June 9-12
“The Doctors Fox bring a refreshing dose of different to the Boston music scene. With tight orchestrations, quirky chord progressions, and genre-bending songwriting, they capture the attention of listeners with a grab bag of styles including Rock, Jazz, Pop, Bluegrass, Klezmer, Bossa Nova, and Ska. For performances in conjunction with Liars and Believers, the Doctors Fox will be performing acoustic rearrangements of material from their 2009 release Plural Non-Possessive, and their upcoming album, Handful of Laughs, which will be released this fall.”