THE (CONDENSED) WEEK/WEEKEND: Nov 24th-28th.

Aki Sasamoto – Centripetal Run
The Chocolate Factory
November 28 – December 1, 2012

Centripetal Run explores parallels between gray situations in personal lives, and electromagnetic radiation that forms the universe.ÊThe sculptural arrangement is a theatrical cosmology, and the performer unfolds, negotiates, and psychologically challenges its matter of factness.

Selected Shorts: Comedy!
Symphony Space
Nov 28th

Alec Baldwin leads a lineup of stars, including Michael Showalter (The State), Wyatt Cenac (The Daily Show), David Furr (Shakespeare in the Park As You Like It) and Aya Cash (Sleepwalk with Me) performing hilarious and wacky fictions, just in time to cheer you up after the Thanksgiving doldrums.  Hosted by B.D. Wong.

Mount Eerie
Le Poisson Rouge

Wed, Nov 28th

For over thirteen years Phil Elverum has been releasing beguiling records from and about the Pacific Northwest, first as the Microphones and since 2004 as Mount Eerie. Some standouts are The Glow pt. 2 (2001), Mount Eerie (2003), Lost Wisdom (2008), Wind’s Poem (2009), and now 2 companion albums for 2012: Clear Moon and Ocean Roar.

End of the World Thanksgiving Revival
Dana Holst, Lo and Behold
{RESCHEDULED} 25TH ANNUAL HILLA REBAY LECTURE: The Para-Architectural Imagination of Gustav Klutsis
The Things Between
Stephen K/Fiji Bijoux/Surveyor
Sally Silvers “Bonobo Milkshake”
WAR GAMES ROOM AT PROTEUS GOWANUS
SPECULATIVE SOUND PERFORMANCE WITH DISQUIET JUNTO
CLAUDIA JOSKOWICZ: SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL
Hot & Cold: Anders Nilsson & Aaron Dugan Electric Guitar Duo
Artful Dining: Ask Aasif Mandvi Anything!
Work It Brooklyn
NUTCRACKER Circus Suite
The Bell House & Pretty Good Friends’ Hurricane Relief Benefit: featuring A Very Funny ‘F*ck You’ To Sandy
Jozef Van Wissem and Jim Jarmusch
Franz Nicolay w/ Barbez
David LaChapelle: Still Life
A PORTRAIT OF AMERICA
Non-Place/Place
BJÖRN SCHÜLKE: Luftraum
STYLE IS THE TAILOR
Weekend Money, Kool A.D., Lakutis,  Kowabunga Tyga

COMING UP:

PUPPET PARLOR goes $BUCK NAKED$
Justseeds Sowing the Seeds of Love
MEREDITH MONK: A Benefit For Roulette
Sounds Elemental with the Association of Independents in Radio: GRAVITY
Humans and Other Animals (Bobby Lucy)
TEDxBrooklyn
Dylan Moran-yeah, yeah
Building Stories: CHRIS WARE in conversation with ZADIE SMITH
Music and Copyright in the Digital Era: DAVID BYRNE in conversation with CHRIS RUEN
An Evening with Joyce Carol Oates
DJ Shadow
Laura Vitale: White Sands
Witnessing Human Rights: Past, Present, and Future
Happy Baby Fundraiser

The Weekend:Dec 2-4.

FRIDAY:

TED BROOKLYN:
We’re living in what is commonly referred to as the “Information Age.” With the emergence of social networks, we build new communities by pressing the “Like” and “+1” buttons and becoming fans. As we become increasingly interconnected with the Brooklyn community in these new ways, we find ourselves grasping for a new common ethos. In other words, we are striving to refine and define “better.” On December 2 at Brooklyn Bowl, we will address these issues with talks from the best and brightest minds of Brooklyn and beyond.

OPERA ON TAP/Roulette Sisters.
Opera is fun. Most people don’t seem to realize how much fun it really is. In order to prove it, Opera on Tap has taken its act to barrooms where they found out that beer on tap enhances the operatic experience. The company is made up of young singers and instrumentalists who relish the direct contact with audiences not inhibited in their reactions by the looming menace of giant chandelier.The Roulette Sisters have been turning heads and stopping traffic since forming in the cold winter of 2003. Noticing that their warm velvet harmonies and spicy hot licks were melting the snow outside, the sisters realized that they had started something not only weather-altering but soul-stirring as well. The sexy sisters play a hip-shaking blend of American country blues, traditional songs, popular tunes and old timey music from the first half of the 20th century. With Mamie Minch: resonator guitar, Meg Reichardt: electric guitar, Megan Burleyson: washboard, Karen Waltuch: viola.

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