Friday, Nov. 2: Jeff Goldblum lays down some heavy science about the nature of nature while making an impressive pyramid with his achromachian fingers. And then all Hell breaks loose.
Friday, Nov. 2: Mere months after former Sonic Youth bassist and songwriter Kim Gordon led her experimental noise duo Body/Head to the backroom theater at BSP, Sonic Youth’s guitarist, principal songwriter and nominal frontman does the same.
Eula was not at all shy about letting it be known, quite loudly, whether he loved or hated something, aesthetically speaking.
Friday, Nov. 2: The silent horror classic comes to new life, accompanied by the music of the jazz trombonist and composer Chris Washburne and his ensemble, Rags and Roots, with vocalist Brianna Thomas.
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Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 3-4: Schneider and his collaborators invite the audience to look down, literally, into all-too-fleeting revelations, narratives and emotional interactions flooding our bodies and brains every second of every day. New York Times calls Schneider’s work inventive and astounding.
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The big news is that Valley People Productions have convinced Iron Chic to visit Kingston. The show was originally booked at The Beverly but cops have been called for noise recently so they so had to move it to BSP. The show is on Nov. 10 and costs just $10 with a 7:30 p.m. start time and absolutely killer support bands Timeshares and Nightmares For a Week also.
I used to numb the area with a spray that is now known to compromise healthy skin tissue, then various topical meds that never worked for me; then I tried ice, but by the time everything got set up for the draw, it was more hassle than it was worth. So now I go commando and just suck it up.
Friday, Nov. 9: Theater piece at Vassar library in Poughkeepsie to honor first woman to obtain a doctorate.