|Saturday Aug 24, 2013 7:45 PM - Saturday Aug 24, 2013 10:45 PM | $15.00 - $32.00
theNewerYork Literary Carnival III
SALES HAVE CLOSED BUT YOU CAN BUY W/ CASH/CARD RIGHT AT THE DOOR.
SEE YOU THERE!
theNewerYork Book III is a collection of experimental and weird short-fiction, graphic design, and art. The production of the book is funded on Kickstarter.com and is created by writers and artists from all over the world.
The crowd sits on the ground, covered with Persian rugs and pillows, as a series of absurd and quick narratives unfold before them. The crowd also takes part in the show, introducing pieces, and sometimes performing them. There are also games like MadLibs, Rorschach tests, and free-association. You don't have to be literary and you don't have to take part, just come and enjoy the show.
There are booths where you can use tickets to purchase poems. Group canvases to interpret pieces of fiction from the magazine. And other literary pitstops.
Come get weird with words.
Actors and Performers include:
Jesse Goldwater (Balthazar): Couldn't be more excited to be a part of the Literary Carnival and to speak these amazing words. Bringing Balthazar to life has been an experiment in oh so many wonderful ways. Graduate of NYU Tisch Drama dept BFA in Acting. Previous credits include: Important Things with Demetri Martin (Comedy Central), Saturday Night Live, Stan Lee's Mighty 7, and various national/regional commercials. Theatre Credits include- The Devil and Thomas Briggs (Bleecker Street Theater NYC), Wake Up! (New Orleans Fringe Festival), and Hamlet, in the title role at NYU. Many many thanks and love to Joshua, Michelle, Vivian and the whole theNewerYork team for putting this together and letting me join along. Now buy some of their books dammit!
Andrews Landsman is proud to be making his west coast stage debut in a carnival of such epic literary proportions. A recent LA transplant, originally from NYC by way of NYU, Andrews delights in teasing the minds of those around him, be it in performance, written word, or just - y'know - hangin' out. He would like to thank all his friends and family for coming, and for those who couldn't make it, well, he likes ya anyway...
Bri Giger is thrilled to be apart of The sexy Literary Carnival cast! She is a recent BFA theater arts graduate who has been in Los Angeles a little less than one year becoming completely in love with LA's live stage scene, recently performing, improv and stand-up comedy all over Hollywood. Now currently starring in her own self written, and directed new Web Series, "BREEZY.". Twitter- @brigiger
David Beach is an actor. One of his favorite current roles is pretending to be sick for doctors in training. Yes, thats what he does to make a living. twitter @thedavidbeach
Michele Seipp is a comedic actress/writer/filmmaker/cartoonist who's written, directed, performed in and sold funny short films to television. As both a cartoonist and writer, she's regularly published in The Los Angeles Times. Michele also likes improvisation, rhyme, and existential angst. Twitter handle: @MicheleSeipp1
Michelle Favin is a singer, violinist, actress, school teacher. She is the carnival master. She is a graduate of NYU and will be your carnival master for the night. Her aim in life is to bring children and adults alike, to their creative potential.
Joshua S. Raab editor and creator of theNewerYork.
Suzanne Oshinsky is a visual artist and film-editor. We will be featuring some short clips/animations inspire by theNewerYork Book III. See her work at TAAWP.com
The Lyric Hyperion Theater and Cafe (View)
2106 Hyperion Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|