Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Salt Lake City Is Uphill From Here!

What The HECK Is Webmaster Michael Doing THERE?

He's going to the 004 CD Release Party, for a start! If you can't be there -- Buy It HERE!
See Webmaster Michael's review of 004's music!

Repertory Dance Theatre's Backstage Jitters -- Michael will be attending their 45th Anniversary Celebration on May 21!

On the agenda is Ballet, Opera, Folk Arts -- plus friends and family!

Speaking of Dancing: Katie Duck had a great time at Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon England

A portion of a photo of Dartington Hall by Katie's associate 'Nigel Weaving,' who knew her in the late 80's.

Sharon Smith, Katie Duck's Friend & Ally:
On the road with Gob Squad, and in England!

See Sharon Smith and Felicity Croydon's amazing site (Updated Flash Required)

Footsbarn Traveling Theatre is setting up in the Czech Republic!

Daniel Rovai, a Footsbarn alumnus, is "down under" for some R&R -- check out his movie Silent Sonata. (Slow Loader)

Footsbarn/Great Salt Lake Mime Troupe Alumnus Gregg Moore has opened his vaults on the Internet:

(L to R) Start Curtis, Katie Duck, Gregg Moore, and Paul Blackwell.

Look and listen on Relevant Music.

Great Salt Lake Mime Troupe; Friends Big Band; Available Jelly; and even MOORE to come.

Nouveau Clowns -- there's a Facebook page that alerts all and sundry about performances of the Worldwide Baggy Pants Krewe called Clowns On The Road AKA (EN EL CAMÍ/EN EL CAMINO). Get your translating pages ready though -- the posts can be in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Italian, German or even English!

Karin Pipa Wimmer's Sorcas Quircas Facebook Page See this Nouveau Clown at the Munich Juggler's Festival later this year!

Foolishness Knows No Bounds Of Time!

From a Greek frieze circa 200 B.C.E.

Johnny Melville and Jango Edwards continue to fool around. Check out Parade of Fools for the latest on their movie!

When In Rome:

June 7 through June 11 Via Casal de Merode 6, Rome Italy. A course in improvisation, spontaneity, and discovering and applying energy using elements of movies, mime and clown techniques, aikido and acrobatics awareness, confrontational theatre games, all designed to push ones limits to achieving the fulfillment of one's potential.

Across The Blue Horizon ...

ALL the programs from 1976 -- Thanks to Ed Baker!
Program Collection Project -- Festival of Fools 1975 to 1984.

An online collection of the programs from the Festival of Fools -- searchable, downloadable PDFs.
Do YOU know where any of the MISSING programs are?
Contact Webmaster Michael from the link above!

Stuart Curtis' satellite page about the Hamburg production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats is LINKED on the Outline and Scrapbook page of the Great Salt Lake Mime Troupe Saga-- plus the Handy Table of Contents.

The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus just finished their run in Bangkok, Thailand.

Theater/Cinema/Circus scholar John Towsen's piece about our long-missing friend Mamako Yoneyama in Craft and Art of Physical Comedy. Much-appreciated articles about the amazing Max Linder, and A WHOLE LOT OF GUEST ARTICLES TOO, including old ally and Bindlestiff board member Hovey Burgess.

Nina (Eagle Eye) Cheney on the Eagle Optics Blog. Check out Nina Cheney's Page from the Great Salt Lake Mime Troupe Outline & Scrapbook.

Washington DC's Clown Cabaret Fort Fringe on New York Avenue in Washington DC. 2011 SEASON: June 13 The Shop at Fort Fringe - 607 New York Ave NW

A deeper blue lies across the blue horizon: Treat yourself to Justin Hunter Case in Sydney, Australia!

Parliament-Funkadelic & Funky Disciples:

RonKat Spearman's Katdelic will be holding forth at the Boom Boom Room in San Francisco -- including a music video shoot mid-May!

Keep your eyes open for the Eric McFadden Trio; Kim Manning's band Wanderlust on the West Coast; Richie "Shakin" Nagan out of NYC; Freekbass touring out of Cincinnati; Gabe (420) Gonzales gigging out of Detroit; Bernie Worrell; Blackbyrd McKnight; Greg Boyer; Maceo Parker; DJ Soul Sister, in New Orleans; and watch for Lady Miss Kier, and her mysterious band!

Webmaster Michael's E-Portfolio -- Check out NIGHTLIFE!

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