So Emily DeVoti and I are sitting in our favorite barThe Delphic Weaselthinking about articles for the theater section for the Brooklyn Rails 10th anniversary issue.
West Village, 1960s, long before the whitewash: when hippies were young, rents were cheap, and Carmine Street was still the realm of the possible.
Brooke Berman is back in town this week, getting a handle on all the changes afoot in her ever-mercurial life.
Three arched window doors with gauze drapes, billowed by the narrators feather duster; a tiny black circular stage rolled about, as are those pretty, creepy windows; a glowing backstage candelabra. Thats the set for ChopinAn Impression, by the Bialystok Puppet Theatre, which opens at La MaMa E.T.C. this month during their annual Puppet Series.