SalON!: I've Had Worse
Title:Point’s monthly mixture! A smattering of happenings in time and space, sensations for your eyes and ears and tongues to delight and enlight and surprise and confuse you. A variety of sharings from a variety of people for a variety of people. A safe space for scary times.
Emma Reaves (performance)
Decadent Dale (chef tips)
Conrad Burnham (film)
Lorelei Ramirez (performance)
Peter Mills Weiss (hopefully)
Julia Mounsey (story)
…and more more more…!
Hosted by CATFOX (hi-lit post-life song-spells)
Wednesday, September 30th | 8:30pm | doors at 8pm
Merriam-Webster definition of "salon":
a fashionable assemblage of notables (as literary figures, artists, or statesmen) held by custom at the home of a prominent person.
Welcome to our home. Notables will be provided.
Curated by Theresa Buchheister & Catrin Lloyd-Bollard
NOTE: We are hosting this event due to Silent Barn's recent fire. If you are able to help them rebuild and reopen, please do!
A Sommers, Gerrit Roessler, and Samantha Levin present:
A one-night action of art solidarity including painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, music, and more from a strange and wonderful group of artists.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2015, 8pm until 11pm
Kim Boekbinder, Michal Brodka, David Broome, Kira Bucca, Jonathan Checler, Courtney Childress, Denton Labs, Dorothy Darker, Melissa Dowell, Lori Field, Katelan Foisy, Christina Graf, Gilf, Sarah Hassan, Kurt Huggins, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Jay Jansen, Jigsaw Jones, Max Kahan, Caitlin Karolczak, Robert Kraiza, Yuri Leonov, Samantha Levin, Julianna Menna, Caitlin McCormack, Lou Pimentel , LV Ruiz, Allison Sommers, Peter Striffolino, Carisa Swenson, Vahge , Zoe Williams, Walter Wlodarcyk, and Yao Xiao
The Big Bupkis!
Just in time for the High Holidays:
Yiddish vaudeville at original 1930's prices!
Admission two bits!
Shane Bertram Baker tells of his journey from acolyte at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Kansas City to king of contemporary Yiddish vaudeville with stops along the way for cheap jokes, magic, ukulele music, unpleasant stories about Sophie Tucker, hypnotism, ventriloquism, transvestism, and a Yiddish bullfight poem. Giving nothing away, he ends the show by beheading a volunteer from the audience. The show is in English and Yiddish with English supertitles.