I think I od’d on candy crush. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a terrible game, it practically plays itself. It’s like the endorphin rushing floating disk game Riker gets on Risa that takes over the Enterprise, leaving it vulnerable to take over. It takes an extraordinarily plebeian skill set to conquer level after level, for […]Read More Candy Crushed
FringeNYC is serious. FringeNYC is a beast. She is big, and fierce, and I’m personifying as female because she is a disciplined and organized mama, with 187 kids and a burning need to do right by all of them. FringeNYC has two full time employees, but an army of seasonal part-timers, interns, and volunteers surge […]Read More Why you can’t DIY FringeNYC
We’re closing the show tonight. DJ Masa will be broadcasting one last time from the booth at Radio Mara Mara, and the Archivist has one last chance to transfer all that analog to digital. As such, I’d like to take this chance to thank everyone who worked on the show for bringing their hearts into […]Read More On closing the show
Dave and I were taking about being assholes the other day. We were waking far, taking the long way to the subway, after spending money we didn’t quite have on a meal just so we could eat together the two of us, a thing that never happens. When we we’d finished our feast and made […]Read More I’m sorry, Laura Mueller.
“Seeing Libby Emmons’ play Radio Mara Mara Sunday night hurt in all the right ways.” Jody talks about things that are emerging in Radio Mara Mara that I didn’t even know we were doing, but it’s happening. “The play is like a haunted metaphor for the daily lives of indie theater artists, in a somewhat […]Read More “…hurt in all the right ways.”
I recently came across an article by a self-proclaimed Philly playwright, working on the One Minute Play Festival. I was interested, because at one time I, too, was a Philly playwright. I lived in Philly, I wrote in Philly, I produced work and had work produced in Philly, I forged collaborations, all in Philly. In […]Read More Why we stay. And love it.
A Brief View of the Hudson covered The Cure’s Friday I’m in Love for the Radio Mara Mara soundtrack, and it’s pretty incredible. They’re playing a 10 year anniversary show Saturday, August 16th, so if you’re in the City, go check it out. The Bitter End, 8 pm, 147 Bleecker Street, NYC. “A Brief View […]Read More I am that non practical thing: A Brief View talks RMM
I’m heading off to work late today. It’s 1 pm and I’m in the middle of my commute. The campers are heading back from Zoo trips, and I’m trying to psych myself out to be productive for the entire afternoon. Normally, I have a three thing life. There’s art, family, and job, and their order […]Read More Four thing life and I’m so tired
Here’s a monologue from Radio Mara Mara. When the performer comes on L’Ansashita Mita’s radio interview show Worlds Collide, L’Ansashita asks her about her performance, art, and this is what she has to say. Performer I know I sound ridiculous. How much would I like to say something else, to say that I’m driven by […]Read More The Performer: a monologue from the show
Brad Rothbart, long time friend, brilliant artist and art lover, talks Radio Mara Mara. Click for tix! li88y In Radio Mara Mara, Masa the DJ plays tracks for a fleeing populace. If you were running to the border, what song would def be on your playlist, and why? Brad Thick As A Brick by Jethro […]Read More I’d be a good Emperor: Brad Rothbart talks RMM