I am one of the organizers and curators, along with Chris Peck, of a performance series called Live Sh–! It is happening this upcoming Saturday. It is going to be a great show. Just check out the people who are performing. Look forward to seeing you there!

LIVE SH– @ The Chocolate Factory in LIC

This Saturday 2/24/07 @ 10 PM

An intermittent after hours performance party organized or “curated” by Chase Granoff and Chris Peck with cheap drinks and chocolate.

DANCE———————————————————->Daniel Linehan

Daniel Linehan is a dance artist from Seattle, now living in Brooklyn. His work has been presented in Seattle, Montreal, Philadelphia, and multiple venues in New York. In a solo version of his work Human Content Pile, Linehan embraces and utterly re-imagines the most superficial layers of dance: virtuosity and athleticism, rhythm and musicality, formula and appearance, inertia and nausea. Working within his hyper-privileged status, Linehan strips away the possibility of his own agency and submits himself to a quasi-spiritual, semi-masochistic ritual-spectacle. He adopts a queer notion as to how the trivial aspects of his dance operate significantly in the realm of subconscious pattern and pre-linguistic experience.

VIDEO———————————————————->Treva Wurmfeld

Treva Wurmfeld teams up with choreographer and performance artist, Charlotte Gibbons of EagleAger, for this short video about a key in Bushwick that doesn’t fit any lock and looks a little like a duck. Treva Wurmfeld is a writer/director/video artist from New York City. Hunter College served her well for both her BA and MFA degrees. For the past two years, she has been documenting dancers in Brooklyn, now she is in progress on a number of film projects with subjects ranging from Artificial Hearts, to Oysters, to Paul Revere.

For information on——————————————–> Charlotte Gibbons

MUSIC———————————————————->Mike Pride

Mike Pride’s Drummer’s Corpse: An extended (serialized & otherwise) composition for 7 drummers, electric guitar, keyboards, screaming vocals and movement “in which a bunch of progressive wierdos bang around on a room full of drumkits”. – Time Out NY. Think Xenakis writing for the Swans, while Messiean’s organ works play in another room. Featuring: Mike Pride (floor tom, vocals, keyboard); El Teresa (dance/interrogation) Chris Welcome (guitar); Fritz Welch, Johnny McLellan, Jeff Arnal & more (drums).


The Chocolate Factory Theater
5-49 49th Avenue
L.I.C., NY 11101

take the G train to 21st
right (southwest) on Jackson Ave.
turn right on 49th Ave.
the theater is 1.5 blocks on the right

take the B61 bus from Williamsburg/Greenpoint
debus at the first stop in Queens, just across the Pulaski Bridge
turn around and walk southwest on Jackson Ave
turn right on 49th Ave.
the theater is 1.5 blocks on the right


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