A darkly comedic yet heartfelt adventure, The Pigeoning, spins articulate puppetry, live music, video and lo-fi special effects into an epic tale about obsessive compulsion and the illusion of safety and control in the context of the end of the world.
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HERE fans, you've followed BOTCH as it's developed over 3 YEARS, and now it's officially one of the coolest things to go see in NYC this Nov. Read all about it in Culturebot! Don't forget to visit the BOTCH page to grab your tickets early.
Paul had afternoon tea at cafe de la Paix, where Mata Hari frequented during the first world war. Why one may ask? It was always full of allied officers, plus famous artists like Sergei Diaghilev, Jules Massenet, Émilie Zola and Guy de Maupassant to name just a few.
If you'd like to here me talk about some of the ideas and inspiration behind Ship of Fools, here's an interview with Art On Air's Pete McCabe! http://artonair.org/show/jessica-scott-ship-of-fools
First two #rehearsal Vines! #whoawoketodesire? #churchchoiroftheflesh
Hello! I'm excited to announce that I'll be showing a short work-in-progress snippet of Ship of Fools at HERE's Puppet Parlor on October 28th & 29th, curated by Basil Twist. While I've been researching, reading and brainstorming for the better...
Multimedia artists Melissa Haviland and David Colagiovanni present Dinner Music, a smashing orchestration of visuals and sound that explores class and etiquette through the act of dropping seven full sets of fine porcelain china.
A new performance about neurology, the workings of the mind, and one woman’s walk on the razor’s-edge between life and death. An intricately looped narrative leads audiences through precipitous pathways inside a stroke victim’s brain.
A high-voltage Japanese underground musical based on Threepenny Opera. A dead girl loving a living boy adventures between two worlds - the dead and the living!
Staying or Going: Working Elsewhere
Many NYC-based artists work and travel outside the city in order to advance their careers. In this episode, artists discuss their experiences traveling and working outside of the city they call home.