“Havana Surf” is a documentary about the surfing culture in Cuba. Surfing’s material and political issues struggle as well as the exploration of its un-surfed swells.
In the not too distant future a secret government re-animation chemo-virus gets released into conservative Sartre, Nebraska and lands in an underground strip club.
To be a magician or comedian (or both) you have to perform for people. I started out just doing tricks for my family and then friends.
After working at MTV for four years and moving on to A&E, I had a passion for screenwriting and attempted to sell a few screenplays. After advice from script doctors and those within the industry, and with the rise of digital technology, I realized the best way to get these scripts noticed is to do the job yourself.
There have been few shows I’ve seen that have quite a way of taking me to the space between consciousness and dreamscape, but this performance was born in that space, thrived there and took a dual life in both worlds. Strange enough, after witnessing it, I find myself also in that space, unable to retreat […]
Founded in 1565, Timucuan village of Soloy, now known as St. Augustine, is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the United States. Forty-two years before Englishmen colonized Jamestown; fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, the Spanish established St. Augustine as this nation`s first enduring settlement, (http://www.st.augustinegovernment.com/visitors/nations-oldest-city.cfm). Written records, of […]
Friday, March 13th- – Food Not Bombs serves free food & great conversation…6:30(ish)pm…gazebo in the downtown plaza - Trinity Cafe grand reopening…four bands playing…7:30pm…located in court yard on King & St George St…if you know any emerging young musicians looking for a place to play contact Rayor via email email@example.com – “The Woman Rebel” presented by Classic Theatre, […]