New York welcomes SKRIP ORKESTRA (SCREECH Orchestra)
SKRIP in Brooklyn
A.R.T./NY South Oxford Space
138 South Oxford Street (map)
(Between Atlantic Ave and Fulton Street)
Friday October 29
7:30pm and Saturday, October 30 at 8:00pm
Inaugerating The Institute for Crimes against Culture with the U.S. premiere of Slovenia’s SKRIP Orkestra, where pop rock meets kitsch-noir meets performance art. Six women from all over the former Yugoslavia share stories of war-torn childhoods, drawing inspiration from folk songs, fairy tales, and uncompromising punk music.
First on Friday, October 22 at 7:30pm; Saturday, October 23 at 7:30pm and 9:30pm; and Sunday, October 24, 2010 at 7:30pm as part of the Art of Justice Series at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, 899 Tenth Avenue, NYC. Tickets are $20 (free for CUNY students with valid ID) and may be purchased by calling Ticket Central at 212-279-4200 or visiting http://www.ticketcentral.com.
Cabaret Performances in Brooklyn
Next it’s SKRIP Unplugged in Brooklyn! when on October 29th, 7:30pm at A.R.T./NY’s South Oxford Space SKRIP Orkestra barters in cabaret performance with various New York personalities.
Finally it all culminates in a night of riotous fun on Halloween Eve, Saturday October 30th at 8:00pm when star of stage and screen comedienne Hazelle Goodman takes the stage.
SKRIP Orkestra enjoys two nights in Brooklyn hosted by Asher Baumrin singer/songwriter for the teen, rock band Opaque who will perform on both nights.
October 29th at 7:30pm various New York personalities share the stage in cabaret performances with SKRIP Orkestra at South Oxford Space.
Including Kobi Skolnick of Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University who will reveal incidents of his journey from violence to peace activism. Plus an exerpt of Dispatches from (A)mended America, Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr. and Brandt Adams’ stunning investigation of Obama and race in America, and a selection from our work on Red Tent Fabrik exploring the common roots and rituals of the three Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, now in development in the lab.