badgerheartedgirl:

Random question: Do you think the Punchdrunk blood will attract bugs? Never been bloodied at SNM before (despite attempts to find the premium spatter zone during the rave) so this hasn’t been an issue before.

I smuggled my mask back from TDM, and I want to keep it, but as I live in NYC and we already have more bugs than I am comfortable with (I.E. more than zero), I’m worried the sweetness of it will attract creepy crawlies. Thoughts?

(I feel like this seems like a crazy person’s question, so a justification for my paranoia: I came home from Thanksgiving, laid down to take a nap, and found a cockroach about an inch from my face on my pillow. I have dedicated my life to preventing this terror from every happening again *shudders*)

This is definitely my favorite Punchdrunk-related question I’ve ever seen on the internet.

akajakeedwardmarks:

Yay!  Gallow Green is opening soon!  Herb Festival!  Yay!
Sadly, I can’t go but “Yay” to those who can.

I’m going Saturday at 6:30 if anyone wants to join. :-)

akajakeedwardmarks:

Yay!  Gallow Green is opening soon!  Herb Festival!  Yay!

Sadly, I can’t go but “Yay” to those who can.

I’m going Saturday at 6:30 if anyone wants to join. :-)

Anonymous asked: I saw TDM for the first time last week and felt incredibly lucky to see Luke Murphy as Dwayne, Paul Zivkovich as The Fool, Leslie Kraus as Wendy, Conor Doyle as Frankie, and Lily Ockwell as Faye. It was a treat to see them all performing again!

scorchedthesnake:

That is a special treat indeed! I’d especially love to see Luke’s Dwayne.

It’s like a transatlantic exchange program.

franceskoncan:

(more) paul zivkovich from everything, photographed by marcelo krasilcic

WOW. These photos are beautiful.

franceskoncan:

paul zivkovich in everything magazine (via instagram)

"We shot an amazing dancer and person, Paul Zivkovich. He was so inspiring. We shot the entire story in one suit I made for him… When I first started, I was thinking of the magazine as a bit of a Co-op of sorts. A place to bring your misfit ideas. But after we shot Paul’s story, it was so emotional and I related to what he was doing in such an abstract personal way, I began to see how I could take something as superficial as fashion imagery and make it really personal and emotional. It really became a love letter in the end." - Benjamin Sturgill

And Then There Were None
So glad to have seen this. I expected it to be unique and ambitious, but was surprised at how well-made and effective it was. The location was great, and it built to a tense and powerful ending that had the audience riveted. (Plus there was alcohol to soothe over the occasional rough parts. ;) )
Also the acting was uniformly FABULOUS (shoutout to Mallory Gracenin who kind of ended up as the emotional core of it, but really everyone was wonderful).

And Then There Were None

So glad to have seen this. I expected it to be unique and ambitious, but was surprised at how well-made and effective it was. The location was great, and it built to a tense and powerful ending that had the audience riveted. (Plus there was alcohol to soothe over the occasional rough parts. ;) )

Also the acting was uniformly FABULOUS (shoutout to Mallory Gracenin who kind of ended up as the emotional core of it, but really everyone was wonderful).

Go see Austin Goodwin in this - he is great. Plus all the dances are really fun to watch. Tickets are still on sale for Monday & Tuesday…

Go see Austin Goodwin in this - he is great. Plus all the dances are really fun to watch. Tickets are still on sale for Monday & Tuesday…

chloefinore:

"Once upon a time, there was a poor child
with no father and no mother.”

travelwedo:

Calloway singing “Ain’t Misbehavin’” in front of a pile of men. Fortunately, all ends well.

(Cont. from this.)

Not so much “a pile of men” as “a pile of giggling corpses”. ;)

travelwedo:

Last night started with a very lonely Calloway quickly finding company with a couple of strangers* who were also lonely. To cure this loneliness that was gnawing at their souls they form a brotherhood, which quickly turns into a boy band, and in the process Calloway renounces Hans. Hans acts like a scorned woman the kinds of which we are often warned against in certain genres of literature.
There’s a nice follow-up to this that I will post tomorrow.
* Although we’ve seen Denise Kobolowsky before, but Calloway never remembers him.

I really think these Calloway nights are among the most creative & entertaining things to have emerged from the McKittrick. Glad to see him back.