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Jonathan Slaff

Jonathan Slaff is a New York publicist in the specialty of international cultural events. Jonathan and his writers keep us ahead of the curve in the world of the arts and culture.

‘Dancing vs. The Rat Experiment,’ an edgy collision of dance and...

Witness Relocation, an edgy international dance theater troupe, makes its La MaMa debut with 'Dancing vs. The Rat Experiment,' a dance work inspired by a documentary film about overpopulation in rats.

Kiyama Theatre presents ‘A Scene With A Red Bird’ by leading...

Kiyama Theatre Productions from Tokyo returns to NY October 13 to 16, 2006 to perform 'A Scene with A Red Bird' by Minoru Betsuyaku, the leading absurdist of Japan, for three performances only at American Theater of Actors (ATA).

‘Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans with High Class Issues’

They're coming back and they're angrier than ever! Theater for the New City presents 'Angry Young Women in Low Rise Jeans with High Class Issues.' Written and Directed by Matt Morillo.

‘Open Door,’ a Grand Puppet Theater Work with Song

The 'paranoia versus hope' mindset of recent immigrants is explored in a new pupppet theater work by Federico Restrepo and Elizabeth Swados.

‘Miles to Babylon’ redeems Eugene O’Neil’s Mother

Eugene O'Neill was not kind to his mother in his memoir drama, 'Long Day's Journey into Night,' depicting her as a hapless morphine addict with no hope of recovery. Fifty years later, Ann Harson presents a gentler portrait.

Theater for the New City to Present ‘Tap Dance,’ an Opera...

Theater for the New City's award-winning Street Theater Company opens its 30th annual tour August 5th with 'Tap Dance,' an opera for the street which will tour City streets, parks and playgrounds throughout the five boroughs through September 17.

Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks to present ‘Sundown’...

The afternoon vista at Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal, long a favorite of sunset painters and photographers, will be the setting for 'Sundown' by Yoshiko Chuma, a seven-hour dance-and-sound installation to be performed twice, July 29 and 30, at Issue P

Electric Junkyard Gamelan Comes to the Stone, NYC, July 5th

Electric Junkyard Gamelan, led by Terry Dame, comes to The Stone, a not-for-profit performance space dedicated to the experimental and avant-garde on July 5 for two sets, 8:00pm, 10:00 pm.

The ‘Linux Loft Family Box’ is a Powerful Idea for Households...

Edubuntu operating system contains a bounty of learning applications. The security of Linux means this machine won't be 'on the blink' at term paper time.