December 2010 Blog Posts (23)

Call for actors and lighting designer for Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney

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Les Manouches will be producing Brian Friel’s play Molly Sweeney, directed by Aktina Stathaki. Rehearsals are expected to start in mid-January and performances will be in mid-March at the

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center in Long Island City. [Following the

initial run we hope to be able to extend the run in another theater in

the city]. We are currently looking for 3 actors and a lighting designer

– see below for the…

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Added by Aktina Stathaki on December 6, 2010 at 3:27pm — No Comments

rocking Max5



i got Max/MSP 5 installed and the first thing i did was to revisit an old project.

my 'dynamic metronome' was something i started years ago in puredata when i got sick of having to stop playing to adjust my metronome's speed, so i wrote one that'd change automatically. i bounced it into an older version of max a while ago to play some interface games with it (i really like their javascript stuff), but i hit a wall when i tried to make it a standalone.





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Added by Mike Bibby on December 2, 2010 at 5:55am — No Comments

Featured: Bruno Listopad / DISJOINTEDART (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

About Bruno Listopad:

Bruno Listopad is a Portuguese choreographer, performance maker, mentor and teacher. He was educated in Portugal, France and the Netherlands in which he studied dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and fine arts at the AKV | St. Joost. He made his debut in the Netherlands in 1998 at the Holland Dance Festival and received a number of significant awards among which: Prize of Interpretation Prix Volinine (1997), Revelation Prize Ribeiro da Fonte… Continue

Added by Contemporary Performance on December 1, 2010 at 9:04am — No Comments

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