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December 5, 2006

Petals Of Love

Charles Miller and Victoria Lucas Associates Presents: Song Writer Singer C Edward Miller's "Petals of Love" vol. 2 CD That's the name of the current CD of C Edward Miller and how he feels as a petal of love. Charley Miller is making waves singing and wishing you all a “Happy New Year!” The jazz song features the Chicago quartet of Gene Chandler’s lead guitarist “Eddie Wade, saxophonist Tony Smith, bassist Herman Martin, and popular drummer Joe Jenkins. Thanking you in advance, we are announcing the release of “Petals of Love” Volume Two by C Edward Miller & Duh Dudes. This Cd contains 9 songs he wrote from the 1979 to 2003. The music is available and can be heard and bought online at the following Url’s: Cdbaby.com, · Apple iTunes, · Rhapsody Yahoo Music Wal-Mart · Napster, · MusicMatch, · BuyMusic, · Emusic, · MusicNet, Sony Music & many other on line retail outlets. The song, “Happy New Year!” and the group’s profile is presented on Myspace at cedwardmillerampduhdudes

December 7, 2006

365 Days/365 Plays

Hyde Park Theatre Hyde Park Theatre Presents Week 5 of 365 Days 365 Plays by Suzan-Lori Parks Directed by Ken Webster Tuesday and Wednesday, December 12-13, 2006 at 8:00 PM PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN both nights Hyde Park Theatre is proud to present week 5 of 365 Days 365 Plays by Suzan-Lori Parks. The seven plays to be presented for week 5 are What Do You See?, Jaywalking, Learning English, Hippy, 1000 S. Kelly, Probably Not a Play, and Tree. The plays feature HPT company members Monika Bustamante, Margaret Hoard, Christopher Loveless, Marisa Pisano, and Jessie Tilton, The production also features local actors Michelle Keffer, Kelli Bland, Marc Frost, LeVan Owens, Adam Sultan, Julie Wright, Jenna Cox, Andréa Smith, Sarah Jackson, Ashley Whisenant, and Maggie Wilhite. HPT Artistic Director and recent inductee into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame Ken Webster directs the seven plays. All seven plays will be performed at 8:00 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday December 12 and 13. Admission for both evenings is pay-what-you-can. Hyde Park Theatre is located at 511 W. 43rd Street. For reservations call 479-PLAY (7529). The HPT website is located at www.hydeparktheatre.org.
Ken Webster

December 11, 2006

International Performing Arts Laboratory

March 30 - April 04, 2007
Riga, Latvia
Under the guidance of Sergey Ostrenko the Laboratory provides a wonderful opportunity to establish new contacts with colleagues from other parts of the world, to share experiences, challenges and successes in the atmosphere of group creative process out of everyday formal professional roles, and to discover new ideas and inspiration for future creative projects! The program includes intensive practical training, lectures and discussion club. A limited number of places are available on a competitive basis. The registration will be finished as the group is full. IUGTE will provide participants with accommodations and three meals per day during the Laboratory. Please find more details of the program on the web page: : www.iugte.com/projects/Lab_pro.php

Inga Ryazanoff

December 12, 2006


Husbands, lock up your ladies…The Country Wife is coming to town. Brought to you as a co-production between HoNkBarK! and Vital Theatre Company, William Wycherley’s ribald Restoration play will run from January 5, 2007 through January 27, 2007 at the McGinn Cazale Theatre (2162 Broadway) in NYC. Previews begin Jan. 5 for a Jan. 8 opening. The Country Wife follows notorious ladies man, Harry Horner, and his ruthless scheme for rampant seduction. By spreading the rumor of his own impotence, he is able to gain access to the so-called “virtuous” ladies of society who are all too willing to join in the fun. Meanwhile, a new husband desperately attempts to hide his naïve country bride from the predatory men of the town. When she and Horner quite literally collide, bawdiness ensues. Banned from the stage for almost 200 years, this scandalous satire is as potent today as it was in 1675. The cast features Broadway veteran Maurice Edwards (Sir Jasper Fidget), whose Broadway credits include Happy as Larry (1950), The Golden Apple (1954) and the original production of Fiddler on the Roof (1964). Robert Lehrer (Quack) may be familiar as Mr. Garret from Hope and Faith. Also featured are Brian Linden (Sparkish), a 2005 New York Innovative Theatre Award nominee and two-time Emmy Award-winner, Laura LeBleu (Lady Fidget). Director John Ficarra brings with him a background steeped in Restoration style. While earning his MFA at the Bristol Old Vic in England, he studied with master teacher Rudy Shelly, learning the intricacies of the period’s manners and movement. Owner of Combat Incorporated (www.combatinc.com), John is an accomplished fight choreographer whose past New York directing credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream for HoNkBarK! and Vital Theatre, and Scalpel at the 2004 NY International Fringe Festival, for which he won an Award of Excellence. HoNkBarK! was created by four female friends from San Francisco who moved to NYC around the same time. After a year or so of meeting up for cocktails and to swap stories about the absurd life of a New York actor, they realized they had to create their own theatrical reality. The name HoNkBarK! comes from the sound that a newly discovered monkey, the Highland Mangabey, makes. It’s very funny and a little odd (much like the ladies of HoNkBarK!) and was adopted as both their name and artistic battle cry.


December 18, 2006

Rome International Film Festival

The Fourth Annual Rome International Film Festival wants YOUR film. We love the truly independent filmmaker, and we hope that you will submit your feature, short, doc, animation or experimental work. Submissions are accepted after January 1, 2007. Festival dates are Sept. 6 - 9, 2007. For more information, log on at WWW.RIFF.TV or if you are a member of withoutabox, log on at http://www.withoutabox.com/login/3360

Happy Holidays from your friends in Rome, GA.

December 21, 2006

UW Pow Wow 2007


December 22, 2006


"ABDUCTION The Megumi Yokota Story" (A Slamdance 2006 World Premiere, and winner of the Audience Award for Best DOcumentary) OPENS JAN. 12TH
CINEMA VILLAGE 22 E. 12th Street FOR TICKETS CALL (212) 924-3363
A FILM BY PATTY KIM AND CHRIS SHERIDAN Executive Producer Jane Campion A safari media film in association with the bbc
Academy Award winning director Jane Campion of "The Piano" and the BBC present ABDUCTION, a chilling true story by DC-based filmmakers Chris Sheridan and Patty Kim.
ABDUCTION tells the astonishing story of a 13-year-old Japanese girl who never returned home from school one dark November night in 1977. Years later, her parents found out the shocking truth: she had been abducted by North Korean spies. This is the dramatic story of her parents' moving 30-year-battle to bring their daughter home. A powerful human drama, ABDUCTION points to one of today's biggest human rights and political crises in Asia. Largely unknown to Americans, the abduction issue, is one of the major untold stories behind Japan and North Korea's tense relations, a key factor affecting nuclear talks. Using the bold signature of true-crime style, rarely-seen footage and exceptional access, the filmmakers weave an extraordinary tale of espionage and love.
film website www.abductionfilm.com theater website www.cinemavillage.com

December 30, 2006

A Brand New Way for Creative Professionals to Work

3rd Ward, a king-size creative resource center now offers an unlimited access pass to all its facilities, the I heart Brooklyn Pass. This pass gives entry into a world of creative freedom. Until now photographers, musician, sculptors, dancers and craftsman have had to shell out big bucks to use professional facilities for mere hours. At 3rd Ward, top of the line facilities and equipment are open to them all month long for the price of their Unlimited Membership. 3rd Ward is a launching pad for culture creators. Inspiration blooms at 3rd Ward's beautifully designed 20,000 sq. ft. space where unique visionary members form a community that fosters creativity and innovation. Newcomers work in the same supportive environment as more established professionals, and all members benefit from keeping their overhead low. We at 3rd Ward want New York to keep flourishing as the top creative city in the US, and the Unlimited Pass is our contribution. Monthly membership rate $300 with a 3-month contract. Sign up for a year and receive a 10% discount. Refer a friend for a yearlong membership and your next month is free! For an extra $150 you receive private desk or shop space. Also, get a visible tattoo of the 3rd Ward Logo and receive discount for life! This is how we make it work - access to the wood/metal shop and digital media lab is always open and there is no need to ever reserve space! For use of the photo, audio and dance studios and for access to the conference room, members are encouraged to make reservations. Space reservations can be made up to 7 days in advance and are taken on a first come first serve basis. To allow equal opportunity for access to all members, reservations are limited to one booking every 24 hours. If the time slot you want is not available, don't worry, we have a waiting list and will notify you if there are any cancellations. Bookings can be as short as two hours or as long as eight. Walk-ins are always welcomed. There is a 24-hour cancellation policy, and no-shows are subject to a $25 penalty. Membership to 3rd Ward also includes free access to 3rd wad events, huge discounts on classes and showing opportunities in the gallery. www.3rdwardbrooklyn.org

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