Tuesday, June 26, 2012

One year after...

I miss to see you work together.

Thank you Diane for pointing me again on their last common duty.

The Vanishing City Sceenings

Take your chance and pick of four The Vanishing City screenings:
  • THIS Wednesday, June 27, 7pm
1157 Lexington Ave., between 79th and 80th
At the Reidy Friendship Hall in the church basement
Enter through the door in the garden area.
Free. Donations appreciated.

  • July 3rd - 2 screenings - 2 different locations:
*The Anthology* 
Tuesday, July 3rd, 6pm
2nd Ave and 2nd Street
Shown 1st with Q&A, and then an evening of other films, follow
$6 for the entire evening
  • July 3rd
Picture the Homeless
A workshop from 5p to 8p
Propaganda Anonymous and Clifton Prentice Lee will host
To be shown with documentary film, "Bring da Noise"
Location in the Bronx not known yet. 
Call or email us if you are interested. It will also be posted on Facebook

  • Thursday, July 26 - 6pm
Macaulay Honors College
35 West 67th Street between Columbus Ave and Central Park West
Free - Donations appreciated

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Get Your Theater Fix This Summer With SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays

J. Stephen Brantley, Daniel Talbott, and Brian Miskell (Photo: Jelena Stupljanin)
This summer you don't have to travel all the way to Manhattan to see a Broadway quality play. On Monday, June 25, 2012, New York City-based theater company HardSparks, is heating up the Hamptons with three short plays by some of New York's most dynamic new playwrights at "SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays".

The series of site-specific performances will feature work by Crystal Skillman (Cut, Wild), J.Stephen Brantley (Eightythree Down, Blood Grass), and Daniel Talbott (Slipping, Yosemite), who will also direct the three pieces. Fashion stylist Irene Albright will host the series of plays at her Southampton home which boasts a cast including Kathryn Erbe, Brian Miskell, Seth Numrich, and Jelena Stupljanin.

The first piece stars Kathryn Erbe and was written by Daniel Talbott. Talbott wrote the piece as a response to online reports of 'emo' teenagers being killed in the Middle East, the play brings up issues of cultural differences and world consciousness. It takes a look into how society responds from a place of releative comfort and freedom to atrocities that happen far away, but suddenly feel very personal.

The second piece is written by full time Southampton resident J.Stephen Brantley. Watch the drama unfold as a cater waiter who has had enough of the 'summer people' goes to extreme lengths to even the score, someone may even end up in the pool.

"Hard Sparks is about presenting daring, innovative work, " said Hard Sparks co-founder J.Stephen Brantley. "I look forward to teaming with playwrights like Crystal Skillman and Daniel Talbott to bring bold new plays to some of the most beautiful and inspiring places on the East End."

The series of plays start at 7:30 p.m. Tickets to "SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays" are $40 and include the performance, food and drinks. To purchase in advance, visit www.HardSparks.com or www.artfullhq.com.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Keeping an eye...

both, Alex Eames and Carol Peletier are supposed to keep an eye on their men.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

"Storefront Church" Opening Night After Party

See, Kathryn attended John Patrick Shanley's Storefront Church of Atlantic Theater Company. Here are a few photos of the after party arrival.

John Patrick Shanley directs the world premiere of his Bronx-set Storefront Church, the third play of his trilogy that began with the Pulitzer Prize-winning Doubt. The play — presented by Atlantic Theater Company and formerly titled Sleeping Demon — opened June 11.

Atlantic Theater Company opened the world premiere production of STOREFRONT CHURCH, written and directed by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award® winner John Patrick Shanley, on Monday night, June 11 at the Linda Gross Theater. The production will run through July 1, 2012. The production features the ensemble cast of Bob Dishy, Giancarlo Esposito, Zach Grenier, Ron Cephas Jones, Jordan Lage and Tonya Pinkins. STOREFRONT CHURCH is the final installment of the trilogy called Church and State, which began with Doubt. The story concerns a Bronx borough President (Esposito) who is forced, by the mortgage crisis into a confrontation with a local minister (Cephas Jones). The question they confront is one that faces us all. What is the relationship between spiritual experience and social action? STOREFRONT CHURCH features scenic design by Takeshi Kata, costume design by Alejo Vietti, lighting design by Matthew Richards and sound design by Bart Fasbender.

With thanks to untapdtreasure for finding the getty pics without watermark (click to enlarge).

Picture sources:

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Two Alex Eames items

Check out ebay when you want to own a blazers or a jacket. (There are three Bobby items as well). The auctions end Jun 12, 2012 10:43:02 PDT.

I really like the faded olive jacket. Kathryn wore it during Boots on the Ground. The blazer is from Last Street in Manhattan and you will also get the white tank top when placing the highest bit.

Even more interesting are the wardrobe cards:

Guess what my eyes spotted first ;o)

Good Luck!

Thursday, June 7, 2012

The Love Guide Theater Release

I found out, that Kathryn's movie 'The Love Guide' aka 'Sunny Side Up' will not only have premiere in Boston this month, no it's the official release of the film. Check Saint Aire's Twitter.

When you're in New York City you'll get the chance to celebrate the movie at the Energy Up! End of Year Party/"The Love Guide" NYC Premiere a few days earlier - June 13th. 


Christy Cashman is one of our newest board members that has GENEROUSLY dedicated her newest independent film The Love Guide staring Parker Posey NYC premier as an after party to supporting and celebrating the Energy Up Choose to be Sugar Free School movement. As you can see below, as well as being a producer, writer, and actor, Christy is a mother that is very concerned for the health and wellness of her family and society. The story lines in the film are in line with the Energy Up Principals -- using humor depicting serious subjects is a WONDERFUL way to get issues across. We are so Excited at the opportunity to invite our girls an supporters to a movie premier and meet the actors and production people to understand how a film gets made. This is the first board member-driven event and we will be doing others in the future. The AMAZING women that join the Energy Up board have many different outlets to share the importance of our mission. Thank You Christy from the bottom of our hearts for making this AMAZING evening possible.

6:00pm: Champagne Reception
7:00pm: Screening
8:30pm: After-Party

Energy Up G's have an opportunity to join this amazing event -- all you have to do is post about it on Facebook and tag Energy Up! 50 lucky winners will have an AMAZING evening filled with fun, friends, celebrities, gifts, and more~!

Saturday, June 2, 2012

SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays

Kathryn Erbe, Seth Numrich Set for Hard Sparks' SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays

By Bethany Rickwald • Jun 1, 2012

Hard Sparks is to present SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays, the first in a series of site-specific performances of new plays to take place in Southampton, June 25 at 7:30. Daniel Talbott will direct. For SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays, work by playwrights Crystal Skillman, J.Stephen Brantley, and Daniel Talbott will be performed in the Southampton home of fashion stylist Irene Albright. The exact address for the event will be revealed to attendees when they purchase their tickets.
The cast will feature J.Stephen Brantley, Kathryn Erbe, Brian Miskell, Seth Numrich, and Jelena Stupljanin.
For more information and tickets to SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays, click here.

Friday, June 1, 2012

Boston premiere of “The Love Guide”

Christy and Jay Cashman host film premiere

Actress Christy Cashman and her husband, construction kahuna Jay Cashman, will host the Boston premiere of “The Love Guide,” costarring Cashman and indie darling Parker Posey. (Posey plays a self-help guru in the film.) The June 19 event includes a cocktail party at the Revere Hotel, the screening, and an after-party at the Cashmans’ Back Bay crib with performances by Irish tenor Ronan Tynan and bluesman James Montgomery. Proceeds from the evening will benefit Friends of Boston’s Homeless and The Farm at Boston’s Long Island Shelter. … Speaking of the Revere, Fleetwood Mac frontman Lindsey Buckingham checked out of the newly redesigned hotel on Stuart Street after his show at the Wilbur Theatre. … Chefs Marc Orfaly of Pigalle, Andy Husbands of Tremont 647, and Dante de Magistris of dante all stopped by Olives Wednesday to support their friend, chef Todd English — and, of course, to eat. ... Local singer Sara Thompson will be joined by Phil Pemberton, among others, at Friday’s Powerhouse Breakout Artist Series at the Liberty Hotel. Source:

The Boston Globe