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posticon Delightfully Shocking HAND TO GOD at the Kitchen

Arts and Entertainment | Friday, August 26, 2016 | By Lesley Greene Print
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kitchen front120Kitchen Theatre Company opens its 26th Main Stage Season with the regional premiere of Robert Askins' delightfully shocking Hand to God, directed by Rachel Lampert, September 4-September 25. Previews begin Sunday September 4 with Opening Night on Thursday September 8.
 
Nominated for 5 Tony Awards, Hand To God is irreverent, hilarious and profoundly truthful about the human condition and its relationship to death, religion, sexuality, and family dynamics. Kitchen Theatre Company's cast includes Karl Gregory* (Jason/Tyrone), Erica Steinhagen* (Margery), Aundre Seals (Pastor Greg), Montana Lampert Hoover* (Jessica), Michael Patrick Trimm (Timothy) - and some very rude puppets. (*Member, Actors' Equity Association)
 

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posticon Group Exhibition Features 'Resurrected' Video Media

Arts and Entertainment | Friday, August 26, 2016 | By David Foote Print
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wells analog futures lovidAurora, New York - The Wells College String Room Gallery is pleased to present Analog Futures, a group exhibition organized by guest curator Laura McGough. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 1, from 6 to 8 p.m., and will feature a performance entitled "Ritual for Hybrid Media" at 7:30 p.m. by exhibiting artist Jason Bernagozzi. This exhibition is free and open to the public and will be on view until October 14.

Analog Futures features work by two generations of artists who emphasize the material and sculptural potential of media technology: Aldo Tambellini, Brandon Barr, Jason Bernagozzi and the collaborative partners known as LoVid. Beginning in the 1960s, Tambellini has played an influential role in video and new media art practice. His manipulated cathode ray tubes, known as "prepared" television sets, produced engrossing, abstracted visual alternatives to conventional televised content. Prefaced by documentation of this influential work, Analog Futures presents artworks that demonstrate the unique aesthetic vocabulary made possible by artists' purposeful exploitation of the inner workings of electronic media devices.

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