Help Six Points Fellow Hannah Bos and her company, the Debate Society, to bring back their wonderful play Buddy Cop 2, which showed this May at the Ontological-Hysteric Theater in Manhattan. They’re hoping to perform their comedic action/mystery for another week in January. The play centers around three small town cops who get drawn into the mysterious events surrounding a strange little girl. It’s also about growing up, radio bingo, being scared . . . and racquetball. You can support their Kickstarter campaign here!
Archive for November, 2010
Jeremiah Lockwood and the Sway Machinery at the Eldridge Street SynagogueMonday, November 15th, 2010
Drawing lifeblood from the historic spaces of New York City’s past: the Eldridge Street Synagogue, one of the iconic buildings in the lower east side, lovingly restored and with a breath taking new stained glass window by Kiki Smith and Deborah Gans…soon to be the site of some serious getting down! Come hear Cohort I Six Points Fellow Jeremiah Lockwood and the Sway Machinery play for the first time since their fall tour!
And please follow this link and take a listen to the latest installment of Jeremiah Lockwood’s Nigun Project. This month’s piece features the wonderful Yula Be’eri, of Yula and the Extended Family, Nanuchka and Electro Morocco: http://www.forward.com/articles/132965/
Price: $20 adults; $15 with student ID
We recently returned from our first retreat with Six Points Cohort II. Our nine fellows spend three days at the Bailey Farms Retreat Center getting to know each other and each other’s work, as they began their two-year cycle of artistic development and Jewish exploration.