Monday, July 20, 2009

the time is now

Reminder of what's going on this week, MMMQ at bottom of post:

A celebration of Independent theater hosted by the Innovative Theater Awards, The League of Independent Theater and the Community Dish! Please mark your calendars with the following events!

The New York Innovative Theatre Awards
5 Year Birthday Party
& Nominee Announcement

June 1st marked the end of the 2009 season, which means that the nominees will soon be announced.

It also marked the 5 year milestone for the IT Awards.

Please join them:

MONDAY, JULY 20, 2009
at the historic Off-Off-Broadway Venue
Demo Hall / Carmine St. Center at Our Lady of Pompeii
located at 25 Carmine Street (corner of Bleeker)

from 7pm to 10pm

The actual public announcement starts at 8pm, so come early, have a drink, get your picture taken and rub elbows with some of the most talented and exciting theatre artists in New York City!

Tickets are on sale now on our website for $15, on a first-come, first-served basis! $20 at the door.


LIT MIXER! As part of the undergroundzero Festival at PS 122

Enjoy parties? Meeting new people? Dancing the night away?

Come to the LIT MIXER!
As part of the undergroundzero Festival at PS 122

Friday July 24th
PS 122 - 150 First Avenue

We in the Indie Theater Community work hard. Very hard.

But we're also the most fun.

Let's prove it. See you there!

1st Annual Indie Theater Midsummer Classic (Softball Game and Picnic)

Itching to dust off your curveball? Meet some fellow Indie Theater folks?

Please join The Community Dish, The New York Innovative Theatre Foundation, The League of Independent Theatre and United Stages for the

1st Annual Indie Theatre Midsummer Classic (Softball Game and Picnic)

Sunday, July 26th
noon to 4pm
Central Park's Great Lawn
(Enter the park at 81st Street)

Picnic (bring your own) - noon to 1:30
Softball Game - 1:30 to 4pm
Drinks at a nearby pub - 4pm til they run out of beer

Your team captains Tim Errickson and Michael Criscuolo ask that if you have equipment to please bring it and to be prepared to share a glove with a neighbor.

Celebrate the summer with a turkey sandwich, a few grounders and some good friends!

4pm drinking and continued socializing will be done at:
Blondie's Sports Bar on 79th Street (between Broadway & Amsterdam)

Hope to see you at all three.

I'm thinking of Meat Loaf this morning, as I do most mornings. Something about that big, sweaty guy I love.

The first album Mr. Loaf ever released was:

1. Bat Out of Hell

2. Stoney and Meatloaf

3. Meat Loaf Soul

4. Freaky and Meatloaf


5. Blood on the Tracks

Losers get leftovers, winners get meat loaf.



Ann said...

Stoney and Meatloaf, 1971. Came out the same year I did, as a matter of fact.

Rosemoo said...

I've always liked Bat out of Hell. I'll go with that one.

Also, I just saw Christine, the scary car movie, which sort of makes me think of bats and hell.