It’s just that sometimes the moon makes me lonely is all. Maybe sometimes I guess it’d be better with no moon at all. Just the dark.
Community Body Work Sessions Sundays March 10 – April 21, 11AM – 12:30PM Sliding Scale $5 – $10 The Vital Joint, 109 Meserole Street, Brooklyn + These Sunday Community Body Work Sessions are open to everyone, with a sliding scale rate of $5 – $10. In each session a partnered body work practice will be introduced, and encouraged, but a modified personal exercise will also be available. Bring a mat if you would like extra support, as we will be lying on the floor. No experience with Somatic / movement practices…read more
Post:Death is a madcap meditation on nature’s most hilarious joke: Mortality. Listen: We all need to believe in something. Listen: We all need things to get better. Listen: Nobody knows what to say to a friend at a funeral. We get it and man, it is really coming down out there.
Title:Point and The Exponential Festival are proud to present: Everything of Any Value VERY DISTINGUISHED FRIENDS! HONORABLE COLLEAGUES! Everything of Any Value is a classic, original-ish, work of unimaginable strength and overwhelming cowardice from “devisers of some of the zaniest theater in New York” (Time Out NY), Title:Point! Human figures stopping/starting in the midst of a great transition. Meeting in a triangle square, psychically obeying an avalanche of gymnasts and tightrope walking daredevils. Filling the lives of lives that are full. A single point of obsession. Incredibly slow slow deaths….read more
Vital Joint is proud to host Bladder Interrupted, which premiered in July at the Kansas City Fringe Festival. Mechele Leon wrote and performs in this irreverent comedy about finding cancer, losing a bladder, and living life without the “tank.” Theresa Buchheister has collaborated with Mechele on the project for almost a year, primarily in a directorial role. 10% of artist proceeds will go to The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (bcan.org) Friday Oct. 20 at 8 PM Saturday Oct. 21 at 6 PM Sunday Oct. 22 at 3 PM Vital Joint…read more
Industry of Entropy a new music series curated by Brandon Lopez
IT’S WHAT TIME EVEN IT IS DO LOOK LIKE! IT’S SLOOP JUMBLY TIME! SLOOP JUMBLY is a comedy show hosted by yr hosts Lorelei Ramirez, Tim Platt, Peter Mills Weiss, an d everyone’s favorite SLOOP JUMBLY! Come and experience the SLOOPIEST and JUMBLIEST time of them all! yr invited to SLOOP JUMBLY with the best of them! yes that’s right, it’s SLOOP JUMBLY TIME!!!
Join us for an evening of romance, football, breast cancer, and the world’s most famous Flower Shop. Title:Point is ecstatic to present a staged reading of Tommy Wiseau’s The Room. Featuring the ACTING talents of Averyn Mackey, Theresa Buchheister, Dale Lee Buchheister, Kate Hurley, Michelle Nikoomanesh, Blake E. Bolan, Brian Lady, Scott Ries, Justin Anselmi, Spencer Campbell, E James Ford, combined with the onscreen talents. We will also have a mandatory interactive photobooth, with footballs and roses and spoons. Cameron Kelly, who made everyone look amazing in OUTER SPACE and…read more
Cait Davis will be leading this workshop at Vital Joint and we are thrilled! Description: This workshop is artists supporting artists in grant writing, application language and polishing of artist statements. This group meet up is an opportunity for artists to work together on the language they use to discuss existing projects, polish their artist statements and fill out grant applications. This is not a “project workshop” but rather a workshop to hone the language used to describe existing projects. While this is not a class with a teacher, I…read more
Title Point in conjunction with Propinquity presents The Intimacy Effect By Jeff Tabnick Directed by Eric Nightengale With: James Ball, Sarah Doudna, Jennifer O’Donnell, Richard Lovejoy and Ruth Nightengale The Intimacy Effect: Matt Appel welcomes his brother and sister-in-law into his family’s small apartment. Over his wife’s objections, Matt tells them about the pregnant woman who showed up at their apartment the day before. This woman’s allegations have serious ramifications for them all. The play weaves in and out of thoughts and actions, the past, the present and the future…read more