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Shine Talent Group Acquires Fourth Floor Management Photo Shine Talent Group Acquires Fourth Floor Management
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2020

Shine Talent Group - North American Influencer Relations and Talent Management Agency - has announced its definitive agreement to acquire Toronto based Influencer Management Agency, Fourth Floor Management (FFM), on December 21, 2020.

BWW Review: Southmoore High School's LETTERS TO SALA is a Moving Historical Drama Photo BWW Review: Southmoore High School's LETTERS TO SALA is a Moving Historical Drama
by Adrienne Proctor - Nov 22, 2020

LETTERS TO SALA tells the true story of Sala Kirschner. During World War II, Sala endured seven Nazi Labor Camps. Along the way, she corresponded with friends and family, and saved every letter. Her letters kept hidden for fifty years. At 67, Sala finally shared the story with her daughter. Her letters are on display at the NY Public Library.

The Orpheum Screens MEAN GIRLS with Memphis Roller Derby Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2013

The Orpheum continues its exciting Summer Movie Series with MEAN GIRLS tonight, August 8 at 7:00 PM. Pre-movie activities include a special appearance by Memphis' ultimate mean girls - the Memphis Roller Derby - led by hometown blogger Kerry Crawford, author of the I Love Memphis Blogand longtime member of the Memphis Roller Derby league.

The Orpheum to Screen MEAN GIRLS with Memphis Roller Derby, 8/8
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2013

The Orpheum continues its exciting Summer Movie Series with MEAN GIRLS on Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 PM. Pre-movie activities include a special appearance by Memphis' ultimate mean girls - the Memphis Roller Derby - led by hometown blogger Kerry Crawford, author of the I Love Memphis Blogand longtime member of the Memphis Roller Derby league.

WHITE NOISE Begins Tonight at Theater for the New City
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2013

'White Noise' is the first play by Washington, DC artist Tom Block (www.tomblock.com). It depicts a philosophical artist who travels to Detroit for an exhibit, where he is hosted by an aging, bickering couple who are wealthy, stingy and tormented. The play painstakingly explores Block's own thought process. Its set is a 25 foot long mural by Block which is based on a 13th century Sufi tract, 'The Conference of the Birds' by Attar, which also represents the psyche of the main character. The play raises questions of mysticism and the application of spirituality in our lives. Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., NYC, will present the work's New York debut now through July 14. Moema Umann directs. Block is a well-known painter, human right activist and author of two books, 'Shalom/Salaam: A Story of a Mystical Fraternity' and 'A Fatal Addiction: War in the Name of God.'

WHITE NOISE Opens Tonight at Theater for the New City
by BWW News Desk - Jun 27, 2013

'White Noise' is the first play by Washington, DC artist Tom Block (www.tomblock.com). It depicts a philosophical artist who travels to Detroit for an exhibit, where he is hosted by an aging, bickering couple who are wealthy, stingy and tormented. The play painstakingly explores Block's own thought process. Its set is a 25 foot long mural by Block which is based on a 13th century Sufi tract, 'The Conference of the Birds' by Attar, which also represents the psyche of the main character. The play raises questions of mysticism and the application of spirituality in our lives. Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., NYC, will present the work's New York debut tonight, June 27 to July 14. Moema Umann directs. Block is a well-known painter, human right activist and author of two books, 'Shalom/Salaam: A Story of a Mystical Fraternity' and 'A Fatal Addiction: War in the Name of God.'

WHITE NOISE to Open 6/27 at Theater for the New City
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2013

'White Noise' is the first play by Washington, DC artist Tom Block (www.tomblock.com). It depicts a philosophical artist who travels to Detroit for an exhibit, where he is hosted by an aging, bickering couple who are wealthy, stingy and tormented. The play painstakingly explores Block's own thought process. Its set is a 25 foot long mural by Block which is based on a 13th century Sufi tract, 'The Conference of the Birds' by Attar, which also represents the psyche of the main character. The play raises questions of mysticism and the application of spirituality in our lives. Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., NYC, will present the work's New York debut June 27 to July 14. Moema Umann directs. Block is a well-known painter, human right activist and author of two books, 'Shalom/Salaam: A Story of a Mystical Fraternity' and 'A Fatal Addiction: War in the Name of God.'

WHITE NOISE Begins 6/29 at Theater for the New City
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2013

'White Noise' is the first play by Washington, DC artist Tom Block (www.tomblock.com). It depicts a philosophical artist who travels to Detroit for an exhibit, where he is hosted by an aging, bickering couple who are wealthy, stingy and tormented. The play painstakingly explores Block's own thought process. Its set is a 25 foot long mural by Block which is based on a 13th century Sufi tract, 'The Conference of the Birds' by Attar, which also represents the psyche of the main character. The play raises questions of mysticism and the application of spirituality in our lives. Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., NYC, will present the work's New York debut June 27 to July 14. Moema Umann directs. Block is a well-known painter, human right activist and author of two books, 'Shalom/Salaam: A Story of a Mystical Fraternity' and 'A Fatal Addiction: War in the Name of God.'

BLACK MILK Plays Off-Broadway, Now thru Aug 4
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2012

Black Milk, by the Russian playwright Vassily Sigarev (translation by Sasha Dugdale), will have its New York premiere Off-Broadway this summer from tonight, July 19 - August 4, 2012 in a production helmed by the acclaimed Venezuelan director Michel Hausmann at East 13th Street Theatre, 136 East 13th Street (home of Classic Stage Company).

BLACK MILK to Play Off Broadway, 7/19-8/4
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2012

Black Milk, by the Russian playwright Vassily Sigarev (translation by Sasha Dugdale), will have its New York premiere Off-Broadway this summer from July 19 - August 4, 2012 in a production helmed by the acclaimed Venezuelan director Michel Hausmann at East 13th Street Theatre, 136 East 13th Street (home of Classic Stage Company).

Murray Guy Presents John Smith, Slow Glass & Lost Sound July 21
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2011

Murray Guy Presents JOHN SMITH - FILM SCREENING - THURSDAY, 21 JULY, 7:00PM- Slow Glass + Lost Sound

Murray Guy Presents John Smith, Slow Glass & Lost Sound July 21
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2011

Murray Guy Presents JOHN SMITH - FILM SCREENING - THURSDAY, 21 JULY, 7:00PM- Slow Glass + Lost Sound

Murray Guy Hosts Upcoming Performances And Works July 7, July 21, August 5
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2011

Murray Guy is very pleased to announce an exhibition comprising works and performances by Leonor Antunes, Gregg Bordowitz, Joachim Koester, Ulrike M√ľller, Hannah Rickards, John Smith, Sergei Tcherepnin, and Emily Wardill.

TIME AGAIN SCREENINGS Set For Anthology Film Archives
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2011

SculptureCenter and Anthology Film Archives present a screening series that further explores the language of repetition central to the exhibition Time Again on view at SculptureCenter, through July 25.

Murray Guy Hosts Upcoming Performances And Works July 7, July 21, August 5
by BWW News Desk - Jun 28, 2011

Murray Guy is very pleased to announce an exhibition comprising works and performances by Leonor Antunes, Gregg Bordowitz, Joachim Koester, Ulrike M√ľller, Hannah Rickards, John Smith, Sergei Tcherepnin, and Emily Wardill.

The Milk Can Theatre Company Presents 'Natives' & 'Disorder Plays' In Rep 5/14 -30
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2010

The Milk Can Theatre Company presents its seventh season production of two new works in which eccentric behavior and mental illness are often separated by little more than a razor's edge. Presented in repertory, ML Kinney's full-length comedy Life Among the Natives, a story of coming out and coming to terms with one's roots - and The Disorder Plays, an evening of six short works both somber and satirical, about psychiatric disorders and mental illness - will be presented at The Theatre at 30th Street, located at 259 West 30th Street, beginning May 14th through May 30th.

Milk Can Theatre's LIFE AMONG THE NATIVES & THE DISORDER PLAYS Closes 5/30
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2010

Eccentric behavior and mental illness are often separated by little more than a razor's edge. The Milk Can Theatre Company looks at both sides of the equation with ML Kinney's full-length comedy Life Among the Natives, a story of coming out and coming to terms with one's roots; and The Disorder Plays, six short works both somber and satirical, about psychiatric disorders and mental illness, presented in one performance.

Milk Can Theatre Co. Goes Mental In Rep May 7-23 At Urban Stages
by BWW News Desk - May 22, 2010

Eccentric behavior and mental illness are often separated by little more than a razor's edge. The Milk Can Theatre Company looks at both sides of the equation with ML Kinney's full-length comedy Life Among the Natives, a story of coming out and coming to terms with one's roots; and The Disorder Plays, six short works both somber and satirical, about psychiatric disorders and mental illness, presented in one performance. Both shows will be performed in repertory at Urban Stages, located at 259 West 30th Street, beginning May 7th.

Milk Can Theatre Presents LIFE AMONG THE NATIVES & THE DISORDER PLAYS 5/14
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2010

Eccentric behavior and mental illness are often separated by little more than a razor's edge. The Milk Can Theatre Company looks at both sides of the equation with ML Kinney's full-length comedy Life Among the Natives, a story of coming out and coming to terms with one's roots; and The Disorder Plays, six short works both somber and satirical, about psychiatric disorders and mental illness, presented in one performance.

The Milk Can Theatre Company Presents 'Natives' & 'Disorder Plays' In Rep 5/14 -30
by BWW News Desk - May 12, 2010

The Milk Can Theatre Company presents its seventh season production of two new works in which eccentric behavior and mental illness are often separated by little more than a razor's edge. Presented in repertory, ML Kinney's full-length comedy Life Among the Natives, a story of coming out and coming to terms with one's roots - and The Disorder Plays, an evening of six short works both somber and satirical, about psychiatric disorders and mental illness - will be presented at The Theatre at 30th Street, located at 259 West 30th Street, beginning May 14th through May 30th.

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