Tuesday, April 30, 2013
What happens when young newlyweds in the era of "free love" realize that "happily ever after" is the last thing they're likely to get? "The Old In and Out," a new play by Madeline Artenberg and Karen Hildebrand, directed by Kat Georges, tells the stories of four free-spirited women who, while looking for love, discover their true independent selves.
Not since "The Vagina Monologues" has live theater captured the voices of contemporary women with such honesty and compassion. Adult themes and language.
A portion of profits will be donated to V-Day, a global movement to end violence against women and girls.
The Old In and Out
A New Two-Act Play
Written by Madeline Artenberg and Karen Hildebrand
Directed by Kat Georges
Starring: Holly Crane, Eloise Eonnet, Olivia Jampol and Rachel Ritacco
Opens June 14, 7:30 p.m.
Runs Friday and Saturdays thru June 22
Stage Left Studio Theater
214 West 30th Street, 6th Floor
(between 7th and 8th Avenues)
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Friday, April 12, 2013
Join Three Rooms Press and our NYC partners Great Weather for Media as we link up with books, books, books at the Fifth Annual Rainbow Book Fair, on Saturday, April 13 from noon to 6 pm. NEW LOCATION!! Holiday Inn Midtown, 440 W. 57th Street between 9th and 10th aves.
Special Table Signings at the Three Rooms Press table:
2:30-3:00 Peter Carlaftes, Author of I Fold With the Hand I Was Dealt
3:00-3:30 Robert Gibbons, Author of Close to the Tree
3:30-4:00 Jane Ormerod, Author of Welcome to the Museum of Cattle and Recreational Vehicles on Fire
4:00-4:30 Kat Georges, Author of Our Lady of the Hunger
The fair features plenty of great independent vendors, plus readings throughout the day, including featured appearances by Emanuel Xavier (If Jesus Were Gay and other poems), Lesléa Newman (October Mourning), Sarah Schulman (Israel/Palestine and the Queer International), Julian Earl Farris (The Sin Warriors) and David Leddick (The Beauty of Men Never Dies). Plus a Poetry Salon curated by Nathaniel Siegel and Regie Cabico with over 75 poets reading nonstop.
Admission is just $3 (yep, that's just three smackaroos). More info: http://rainbowbookfair.org
See you there!
Three Rooms Press presents The (bi) Monthly at Cornelia Street Cafe In honor of National Poetry Month and Tax Day
Right Ons and Write Offs
All-open poetry reading on the theme of taxes, tax shelters & the pros & cons of money
Friday, APRIL 12, 6 pm Cornelia Street Cafe 29 Cornelia Street (between Bleecker and W. 4th St.) SPECIAL DISCOUNT ADMISSION: $8 (includes a free drink)The open poetry mic is back at this special edition of The Monthly! It's tax season AND National Poetry Month. Do poets know about money — or the lack thereof? You bet they do! Find out all points of view as Three Rooms Press presents "Gimme Shelters: Right Ons and Write Offs," with a special discount cover price of only $8 (includes a free drink).
Special readings of poems on the topic of money by poetry masters including Langston Hughes, Harryette Mullen, John Ashberry, Philip Larkin, Shel Silverstein and more. Plus—door prizes and a CASH PRIZE giveaway! Bring your own poems to share, or just enjoy listening! Doors open at 5:45. Admission is $12, which includes a free drink. Cornelia Street Cafe is at 29 Cornelia Street, in the West Village, between W. 4th Street at Bleecker (http://corneliastreecafe.com).
Reservations and additional information: email@example.com. Gimme Shelters is the latest installment of The Monthly at Cornelia Street Cafe, a unique series curated by Three Rooms Press that brings together leading poets, intellectuals, performers and budding rebels on a different topic each month. Upcoming events include: MAY 3: HAVE A NYC 2 (readings of New York-based short stories! Special $8 cover charge); JUNE 7: HYDROGEN JUKEBOX (modern poetry performed to live rock band); JULY 5: INDEPENDENT PRESS FESTIVAL!