All posts tagged Isaiah Tanenbaum

Our First Party Soft was Pure Softness

Our First <em>Party Soft</em> was Pure Softness

We had such a wonderful first gathering of ease & care! Thank you to Heather Cohn, Lori Elizabeth Parquet, Corinna Schulenburg, Isaiah Tanenbaum, and Salma Zohdi for co-creating and facilitating this event. In the spirit of our commitment to Open Source theatre, we’re sharing the run-of show and key resources—including the collectively created MadLib above…

Join us for Flux’s first Party Soft Virtual Gathering

Join us for Flux’s first <em>Party Soft</em> Virtual Gathering

RSVP HERE So, yeah: things are really hard right now. We’re hard on each other. We’re even harder on ourselves. We all could use a little softness in our lives. Enter Flux’s Party Soft, a virtual get together to provide some gentleness and collective care. We’ll share things that bring us ease. We’ll celebrate our…

Flux Sunday: 12/6/15

Flux Sunday: 12/6/15

Post and pictures by Isaiah Tanenbaum Actors: Ken Glickfeld, Adriana Jones, Jesse Edward Rosbrow, David Douglas Smith, Adam Swiderski Playwright: Isaiah Tanenbaum (The Transcendental Etudes) Owing to the last-minute nature of this particular Flux Sunday, we had a very intimate gathering this week, and instead of our usual fare from a variety of excellent full-time playwrights, we six…

Flux Sunday: 2/22/15

Flux Sunday: 2/22/15

(post and iphone photos by Isaiah Tanenbaum) (What is Flux Sunday?) It was lovely to return to The Loisaida Center for the second Flux Sunday of our residency there! While Gus and Heather took Mercena back to Forest Hills, I was left in charge with a terminal case of post-rehearsal brain. Thanks to all our participants for keeping things bouncing…

Food:Soul of Goldsboro

Food:Soul of Goldsboro

(All photos by Ned Thorne. Pictured: Shaun B. Fauntleroy, Rachael Hip-Flores, Ken Glickfeld, August Schulenburg, Pete Boisvert). So…better late than never, right? (Right?) And it kind of makes sense that out of all of our Food:Souls, this would be the one to go missing. After all, this Food:Soul report had to fight its way through…

Flux Sunday, 10/7

Flux Sunday, 10/7

Post and pathetic iPhone photos by August Schulenburg. (What is Flux Sunday?) Flux…in….space! Well, two of the scenes were definitely not in space, and yet I left feeling weightless and giddy, all the same. Playwrights: Johnna Adams (Goblins Go), Nat Cassidy (Breakway), Lauren Ferebee (Somewhere Safer), August Schulenburg (Earth Rise) Directors: Heather Cohn, Isaiah Tanenbaum…

Flux Sunday, 9/30

Flux Sunday, 9/30

Post and pathetic iPhone photos by August Schulenburg. (What is Flux Sunday?) One of the great challenges and joys of Flux Sundays is trying to direct a subtle scene about desire and political machinations whilst an imaginary laser battle on a space ship is being rehearsed ten feet away! Playwrights: Johnna Adams, Nat Cassidy, Lauren…

Have Another # 8, Pictures

Have Another # 8, Pictures

(Photo: Isaiah Tanenbaum. Pictured: Becky Byers, Sol Marina Crepso, Rachael Hip-Flores, Heather Cohn) Our 8th Have Another: The Retreat Harvest was not only a blast (and by the end, a blur), but a welcome reminder of those halcyon days at Little Pond. Thanks to our wonderful artists for sharing their time and talent, and for…

Flux Sunday, 7/15

Flux Sunday, 7/15

Phone photo, as is the ancient tradition of our people, by Isaiah Tanenbaum; post by Isaiah too (What is Flux Sunday?) Hey, running Flux Sunday is kind of fun! This week, with the rest of Flux busy rocking the Hearts Like Fists auditions, I took over the execution of our weekly development workshop. It was a…

Dungeon Masters Release Their New Album

Dungeon Masters Release Their New Album

Graphic design by Isaiah Tanenbaum. Picture:d: Matthew Murumba as Bobby Pachachi, Isaiah Tanbaum as Mac Silverhorn. Great news, music fans! After their initial self-titled album was released in 2047, the Dungeon Masters are finally back with a new collection of their latest hits. Half-party, half- deeply experimental concept album, Nothin’ But Twenties doesn’t so much…

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