1) ARDEN: The Lamentable Tragedie of a DUMBO Real Estate Mogul
When: Opens Thursday, April 19 and runs Thursday to Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. until May 12, 2007
Where: Spring’s DUMBO Performance Loft, 25 Jay Street, #203 in DUMBO, Brooklyn
Admission is FREE – Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Email name, performance date & number of seats to firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Performance running time is approx. 75 minutes with no intermission.
An article about ARDEN in The Brooklyn Paper says:
“Originally written in 1592 â€” some say by William Shakespeare â€” â€œArdenâ€ is the story of an extremely wealthy English landowner who was murdered in 1551 by hit men hired by his wife and her lover. In 1793, another version of the Thomas Arden story was written by playwright George Lillo and titled â€œArden of Feversham.â€
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Horne and director Michelle Salerno collaborated on a new adaptation, cobbling together pieces of the old plays and giving the whole thing a modern flair. In their version, Thomas Arden is the owner of Arden Properties, a big DUMBO real-estate firm.”
More information at www.springtheatreworks.com.
2) THE MALE GAZE Opens April 20 at The powerHouse Arena
When: Opens Friday, April 20 and runs through May 27, 2007; Mâ€“F: 10amâ€“7pm; Weekends: 11amâ€“7pm
Where: The powerHouse Arena, 37 Main Street at Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Sullen burger boys meet the effete cognoscenti in The Male Gaze: a group show including over 20 artists whose cultural explosions have rocked foundations across the world. With work spanning 100 years of bloodless revolution, The Male Gaze features contemporary artists and their classic antecedents reinventing themselves, their world, and their media in savvy, bawdy, dreamy, and terrifyingly new ways.
3) Group Exhibition: â€œHaiti Through Its Artâ€, a reflection of the Haitian Culture
When: Opening reception Thursday, April 19, 2007 @ 5:00-8:30 PM; Runs through May 27, 2007
Where: Flavors of Haiti Gallery, 111 Front Street, Gallery 228, Dumbo Brooklyn, NY 11201
A Group exhibition with selected works by the contemporary master painters and ceramists of Haiti.
4) This week at Rebar/Retreat