Monthly Archives: September 2008

You will Benefit from Attending this Benefit

Ok, that will be the last time I do that in the title of a blog post… for a couple of weeks.

Support the Green-Wood Historic Fund by attending this year’s Gala Fundraiser on October 3rd, at 6:00pm.

The event will feature excerpts from Angels and Accordions, and this year’s gala honors author Debby Applegate.

Get more info about Green-Wood Cemetery online and support one of the semi-hidden design treasures in New York City.

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Did you miss Red Hook High on Sunday?

photo: Christian Hansen, NYT

Then the New York Times says you’re missing out. Check out the article from the Paper of Record, and while you’re at it, see what Gothamist has to say about the pilot that started during workshops at Dance Theatre Etcetera’s Red Hook space.

Don’t fret if you missed the first screening- check out the New York Television Festival website for details on Wednesday’s (final) showing.

SUNDAY! SUNDAY! SUNDAY!

(And Wednesday, too.)

Catch Red Hook High for free at the New York Television Festival’s Independent Pilot Competition.

You’ve gotten the emails, you’ve heard about the hard work from students and teachings artists. Now see the new pilot about high school life in Red Hook. Tickets can be reserved at the website linked above. Show-times are Sunday at 1:30 and Wednesday at 4:00pm.

Exercise Your Right to Exercise

Take part in DTE’s fall exercise classes, led by Jill Guidera. Get the skinny on our exercise web page.

"It’s wonderful. Giant Costumes and Puppets. Native American Myth!"

That was the convincing review given by DTE teaching artist Greg Manley on the new show he’s in.

Nanabozho, presented by the Mettawee River Company, opens September 5th in the garden at the beautiful Cathedral of St. John the Divine (fun fact: my great-grandfather did stone work on the church).

Shows are the 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th, and 14th, all at 7:30pm. Follow the link above for the nitty-gritty details, and check out this show by a talented group of artists.

For more info you can call (212) 929-4777