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Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Sung Uni Lee | FOOD OFFERING

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For this Sunday’s gathering in NYC (Sunday, April 24th at 11:30 at Dixon Place) –the theme is RISK–a thrilling aspect of life, creativity and art making. For our food offering, I’ve asked Sung Uni Lee to take part. Sung is a wonderful part of our community and has a great relationship with food. She told me she’s doing something special for us but won’t reveal what it is. Guess we’ll all just have to take the LEAP!

Here’s Sung’s bio:

Sung Uni Lee is culinary artist and educator. Currently, she is the executive chef of Provenance Meals, an organic, health-supportive, packaged meal delivery service in NYC. She loves to use her artistry to delight and inform through workshops, cooking classes, and soul-satisfying food experiences. Her mission is to stay healthy, happy, and vital using many outlets of expression including The Public Theatre’s production of The Odyssey and being the resident food artist for Spoke the Hub movement center.

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JellyBoy the Clown | FEATURED PERFORMER

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For this Sunday’s gathering in NYC, April 24th at 11:30am at Dixon Place–the theme will be RISK. So, for our musical performance we have something, er, risky. It will be a musical performance with side-show performance included. This group of international cirque artists collaborate to make compelling, thrilling and dangerous performance–and I’m so excite to have them with us! This is JellyBoy the Clown.

His Bio:

Jelly boy the clown is a traveling showmen from Philadelphia. He is known in many cities all over the United States and Europe for his performances with the squidling brothers circus side show. Some of his New York City frequented haunts are Ripley’s believe it or not, Coney Island sideshow by the sea shore, the box and the slipper room. Television appearances include Oddities on the science Chanel and freak show on AMC.

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Francoise Nadia Voranger | FEATURED PERFORMER

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For this Sunday’s gathering in NYC, April 24th at 11:30am at Dixon Place–the theme will be RISK. So, for our musical performance we have something, er, risky. It will be a musical performance with side-show performance included. This group of international cirque artists collaborate to make compelling, thrilling and dangerous performance–and I’m so excite to have them with us! This is Francoise Nadia Voranger, dancer/acrobat.

Her bio:

Francoise Nadia Voranger is a performer and visual artist from Milan IT. Her engagements include The Royal Ballet, Cirque Du Soleil, AntiGravity entertainment and NBC’s ‘Smash’. She is also a co founder of Hybrid Movement Company based in Brooklyn, NY and 2 Steps Away dancers.

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Fibi Eyewalker | FEATURED PERFORMER

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For this Sunday’s gathering in NYC, April 24th at 11:30am at Dixon Place–the theme will be RISK. So, for our musical performance we have something, er, risky. It will be a musical performance with side-show performance included. This group of international cirque artists collaborate to make compelling, thrilling and dangerous performance–and I’m so excite to have them with us! This is Fibi Eyewalker, the sword swallower.

Her bio:

Fibi Eyewalker – If you can see it, it exists.
She is a performer and a visionist Born in Israel. She performs the arts of the elements; she’s a sword swallower and a fire eater. She has been traveling the world for the past 2 years with the squidling brothers circus side show and has recently joined the hybrid movement company.

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Aya | MUSICAL GUEST

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Aya MUSICAL GUEST

For this Sunday’s gathering in NYC, April 24th at 11:30am at Dixon Place–the theme will be RISK. So, for our musical performance we have something, er, risky. It will be a musical performance with side-show performance included. This group of international cirque artists collaborate to make compelling, thrilling and dangerous performance–and I’m so excite to have them with us! This is Aya, the singer.

Her bio is below:

Aya* is a singer from Lebanon or just from the universe (:
She evolved musically through the power of collaboration – composing for shows and movies from Lebanon to New York and getting together with beautiful creatures to create sounds and visuals that can hopefully heal audiences and therefore make the world a better place to live in.

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Lynne Rosenberg | FEATURED PERFORMER

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Our next gathering is this Sunday, April 24th at 11:30 at Dixon Place in New York City. The theme is RISK–just in time for all of the exciting change that comes with this season. Our pal and community member, the dynamic and funny Lynne Rosenberg is going to be on hand to read the Cultural Calendar. Lynne’s a performer and writer and the curator of Cast and Loose–a hilarious and biting look at the world of the entertainment industry. So exciting to have her kick out the jams with us this Sunday.

Here’s Lynne’s bio:

Lynne Marie Rosenberg is an actor and writer living in Brooklyn, NY; she is best known for her work as “Dinah” on HBO’s High Maintenance. Lynne has written for Howlround,
Backstage and The Huffington Post and is the curator of the entertainment industry watchdog tumblr, CastAndLoose.tumblr.com. Come see CastAndLoose Live! On April 27th at 7:00 at Joe’s Pub At The Public Theater. www.LynneMarieRosenberg.com

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Jeff Stark | FEATURED PERFORMER

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RISK–the theme for our upcoming NYC gathering, Sunday, April 24th at 11:30 at Dixon Place. What a perfect theme for kicking off spring and all the newness that it brings. For this gathering, we’re going to be blessed with a performance by Jeff Stark. Jeff is a performer, writer and roustabout who creates a variety of entertainment and engagements in and around New York City. He’s also the creator and host of Nonsense, New York’s greatest event list-serve. I’m delighted to welcome this daredevil art-maker into the mix.

Here’s his bio:

Jeff Stark writes and directs plays, makes short films, prints, and books, and organizes large groups of artists. His projects are collaborative and often self-produced. He is also the editor of the long-running Nonsense NYC, a weekly email list for independent art and Do-It-Yourself events. Website: jeffstark.org.

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The Lost Boys | FEATURED PERFORMERS

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For this Sunday’s gathering in NYC (April 24th at 11:30 at Dixon Place) the theme is RISK! So, of course we needed some performance that has physical risk as part of the deal. I’m thrilled to announce we will feature some aerial work by The Lost Boys–a dynamic duo of the NYC performance and cabaret scene. They’ll be twirling, falling, catching themselves and thrilling us with their in-air hijinks.

Here’s their bio:

The Lost Boys are Rachel Boyadjis and Sara Zepezauer. The pair founded the
contemporary circus performance company Circus Solaris in May of 2015
(www.circussolaris.com) and produced the company’s inaugural production, NOMA (written and directed by Zepezauer), in September 2015 at Theater for the New City. Circus Solaris’ next production, an aerial adaptation of Cabaret written and directed by Boyadjis, will be produced in 2016-2017. The Lost Boys have previously performed in Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic, the NYC Dance Parade, the Diamond Horseshoe, House of YES and others. Currently, the Lost Boys can be seen in Cynthia von Buhler’s Illuminati Ball and as the New York City Brothel’s resident aerialist duo.

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The MINGLE | May 16 Ad Sales

The MINGLE
a benefit for The Secret City
Monday, May 16, 2016

For Ticket Sales and Sponsorship, please CLICK HERE.

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Company logos may be used in full and half page advertisements. The program designer may prepare your advertisement with text and graphics you provide, or you may deliver your own design. The deadline for receiving advertisements is May 4 at 4pm. Proceeds from advertisement sales are fully tax deductible.

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