|January 2005 events|
IN SEVEN STORIES
By Hans Christian Andersen
Adapted as a puppet show by Naia Venturi,
With original music by Misha Grey
The tale of a young girl search for her lost friend who has become captivated by the Snow Queen. A multimedia spectacle with marionettes, shadow puppets, hand puppets, and incorporating original video and music.
For all ages.
Sunday January 2nd at 4:00 PM
Sunday January 9th at 4:00 PM
General Admission is $7
Children 12 and under $5
Seating is limited so reservations are encouraged.
For information and reservations call (734) 657-2337 or e-mail to email@example.com
TRAPS, an explosive multimedia group show featuring the astonishing artwork of Nicole Parker, Jason Starin, Trevor Stone, Chris Sandon, and more.
Opening Party with local music from Bubblegone and Majutsu, DJ's, and giant killer bears.
January 8th starting at 7pm
Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 3 to 6 PM
Friday January 21st
A READING OF A PLAY IN PROGRESS BY RICHARD RITTER.
The play concerns a young woman on the skids in Detroit's Cass Corridor who becomes a live-in companion to a woman suffering from sleeping sickness. The part will be read by Kate Ritter, Naia Venturi, and Misha Grey.
Saturday January 22nd
THE "I CAN'T BREATHE" COMIC COLLECTIVE
CAROL "Toots" MORRIS Poet "Too clever by half" performs selections from her new debut CD, ATOMIC PICNIC featuring such hits as Releasing The Wild Woman, Female Driver and Monet At The Beach - to name a few. Accompanying Carol on keyboard will be musicians Gary Hnizda and Laura Massaro! Opening the show will be VELVETEEN BLUE Laurence Miller as "Yours Truly" and Brian Delaney as "B. Deluxe" perform their own original concoction of cracked-corn-country, and slap-sappy lounge (with a touch of horribly smoked ham).
Original Film and Video Shorts by Padrick Ritch, Carol Morris, and Laurence Miller!
Plus Door Prizes!
Saturday, January 15th
Psychedelic horror rock from local musical combo BLACK SKY. Members include Misha Grey on keyboards and vocals, Tom Barton on guitar, Thom elliott on drums, and Naia Venturi on bass and vocals.
Saturday, January 29th
CABARET VARIETY SHOW
Pupperty, spoken word, music and games are all part of this multi media event.
Wednesday, January 19th
THE DREAMLAND VARIETY STAGE
Open mic night for off-the-wall performance artists, monologists, short videos and films, self-styled comics, musicians and other avant-bards.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PERFORMING JUST SHOW UP!
For information call:(734) 834-1782