Before you speak, ask yourself, is it kind, is it necessary, is it true, does it improve on the silence? -Sathya Sai Baba

Friday, September 30, 2005

Tonight's Rilly Big Shew

Last minute, I know, but I hope some of you can make it. This promises to be a fun show. I'll be doing some of my poetry with the louderARTS crew, and you know those poets are ridiculously good. Plus, the NY Percussion Quartet! Details below.
FRIDAY, 9/30/05
7-11pm $10 ($6 students)
Dagmar, New York Percussion Quartet, Johnny Divine, and LouderARTS

7 pm sharp: JOHNNY DIVINE -- post-alt rock straight from Philly, hold the demure

8-ish: THE NEW YORK PERCUSSION QUARTET -- powerful, spectacularly intricate tuned and untuned percussion like you've never heard before by four of this planet's greatest percussionists

9-ish: louderARTS ( a dozen+ performance poets slammin' away with film, art, humor, music, DJ and fire.

10:00-ish (maybe earlier, but not a minute later):
DAGMAR -- A new theatricalized music experiment by composer Jim Bauer. A surreal story cycles through the mountain-to-valley music arrangements about a guy who can't get out of bed in the morning and an insect goddess who plunges through the ether to save him. Lucky for our hero in hiding, Dagmar is up for just about anything, as long as it has more than four legs.

70 North 6th Street
between Kent and Wythe
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211
718 782-5188

From Manhattan by Subway- Take the L to Bedford Ave. (1st stop in Brooklyn), exit on N. 7th and walk down one block to N. 6th, take a right and walk 2 1/2 blocks over. We're between Wythe and Kent on the left side. Or Take the JMZ to Marcy Ave. Walk two blocks west on Broadway to Bedford Ave. Catch the B61 bus and take it to N7 (approximately 5 minute ride).

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