Thursday, April 19, 2012


Tuesday, May 1, 2012, 8PM
One Arm Red
10 Jay Street, 9th floor
DUMBO, Brooklyn
Sliding scale, $5-$15
Info: 917-319-8104


Come celebrate after a day of great displays of common interest and shared physical expression. Contemplate the power that arises from collectively withdrawing cooperation and consent, however you do it...

1. Stagger Back Brass Band
Celebrating the 6th annual Stagger Back Brass Band May Day concert/singalong/extravaganza, featuring Don Godwin, Quince Marcum, Joe Keady, Brian Drye, JR Hankins, Ben Holmes, Jessica Lurie, Greg Squared, Michael Winograd, and Patty Farrell, with singers Eva Primack and Michele Hardesty.

2. Great Small Works' improvised living newspaper shadow show about the events of this May Day 2012.

3. "We Shall Not Be Moved: The Musical Story of the 1937 Woolworth’s Sit-Down Strikes"
Written, Directed and Arranged by Phil Andrews,
featuring Cara Francis, Josh Lerner, Xavier, Sully Ross and Jessie Reilly, with Ava Farkas, Naomi Podber and Judy Shatsky Music by Apocalypse Five and Dime: Joe Keady, Phil Andrews, Rebecca Heinegg, Michele Hardesty, Quince Marcum, Cassandra Burrows, Adam Katzman and Heather Cole.

4. A May Day Crankie by Vermont puppeteer and filmmaker Meredith Holch

5. "Bloomberg’s Fifth Largest Army in the World: Puppet Study #1"
Puppeteer Maura Gahan teams up with Brookyn-based Jacobs/Campbell Dance for a brand new work. Dancers shout, spit, and high kick in cardboard masks with movement references from the 1930s Workers Dance League, Mayor Bloomberg, and N.Y.C.’s finest dancers: the NYPD.

Food and drink will be available throughout the night.
Please come by and share stories of how you occupied your May Day!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Performances at MOBIUS in Cambridge, MA

The Art of the UnGrand #4

An Evening of Toy Theater with John Bell, Trudi Cohen and Sara Peattie

A Short Entertaining History of Toy Theater: presented by the singing professor, Dr. John Bell, accompanied by toy instruments

A Walk in the Country: Sara Peattie’s latest venture into small-scale romance and sci-fi

Living Newspaper: Trudi Cohen and John Bell interpret the daily news, torn from today’s headlines

A display of historic and contemporary Toy Theater stages, scenes and images will cover the walls of the Mobius storefront. This can be viewed during show times, as well as during the listed additional gallery hours.

performances: Thursday April 26, 2012, 7:30pmFriday April 27, 2012, 7:30pm
suggested donation: $10
additional gallery hours:Saturday April 28, 3-7pm, Sunday April 29, 3-7pm

Thu Apr 26, 2012 - Sun Apr 29, 2012
@ Mobius
55 Norfolk Street
Cambridge, MA 02139