PREMIERE of Grisaille, a new film by Ed Bowes, poetry by Anne Waldman and Robert Duncan, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Please join Ed Bowes and cast for the premiere of his new film, Grisaille.
Featuring additional performances by the cast: Serena Chopra, HR Hegnauer, Skye Hughes, Gesel Mason, and Tara Rynders
As well as the poetry of Robert Duncan and Anne Waldman
This event is FREE and OPEN to the public.
Anne Waldman is the featured reader for Walking with Whitman
Location: Walt Whitman Birthplace,Huntington Station, NY
The Gallatin Distinguished Faculty Lecture presents:
Anne Carson’s ANTIGONICK
a staged reading
with Anne Carson, Judith Butler (as Kreon), Anne Waldman (as Tiresias) and others followed by
A conversation: Antigone Now
with Judith Butler, Anne Carson, Robert Currie, A.B. Huber, Emanuela Bianchi and Jacques Lezra
moderator: Laura Slatkin
co-sponsored by Gallatin’s Classics and the Contemporary Series; NYU Department of Comparative Literature; NYU Humanities Initiative
Artaud in the Black Lodge is a contemporary work of opera-theatre by David T. Little, with a libretto by poet Anne Waldman, exploring the imagined psychic connections between Antonin Artaud, William S. Burroughs and David Lynch. Existing in a Bardo-like place where dreams and reality intersect and the individual is confronted by demons of their own making, it is a work about the suspension of time, communication across realms, and the altering of sublunary experience.
This is a libretto reading only. FREE to the public.
Location: HERE: 145 6th Avenue; New York, NY 10013
Artistic Director: Kristin Marting
Composer: David T. Little
Librettist: Anne Waldman
Readers: Anne Waldman, Bob Holman, Nicole Peyrafitte
Anne Waldman reads with Amiri Baraka.
Location: Keller Hall, University at Richmond; Richmond, VA
Performing Texts is a special series sponsored by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities that focuses not only on the way in which authors perform their texts, but also on the way in which texts themselves perform.