Drink and dance and laugh and lie, Love, the reeling midnight through, For tomorrow we shall die! (But, alas, we never do.) “The Flaw in Paganism” in Death and Taxes (1931) Works by: Rebecca Ormiston & Rebecca Chaleff, Omer Gal, Nathalie Brilliant, Richie Rhombus, Vivek Narayan, Yula Paluy and Renu Cappelli.
As promised, our knockout summer blockbuster Franconia PerformanceSalon #11 happened last Saturday night, featuring performances by Fred Schmidt-Arenales, Sarah Mendelsohn, and Karen Penley, excerpts of a new performance text by Martin Schwartz, a sound installation by Derek Phillips, and a video game by Daniel Jackson!
Ryan Tacata and Nathalie Brilliant shared new performance works, Nicholas Berger presented an excerpt from “Land of Songs,” a new film documentary about Lithuanian folk music, and Kimberly Jannarone directed a section of an unproduced play by Jon O’Keefe, “Saying Emily.”