Sunday, October 02, 2005

Regie's Gone Academic, But Keeps It Real

My wacky poet friend (of the latest Big Fat Press reprint), Regie Cabico, is being re-initiated into academia this Tuesday October 4, at NYU's Asian/Pacific/American Studies Institute. If you're in NYC, it's gonna be interesting. Regie brings it. 6:30-8:30 PM.

A/P/A Studies' 2005-06 Artist-in-Residence, Regie Cabico, presents his latest comedic spoken word and poetry featuring works developed for The NY Neo-Futurist Production of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind including “Godiva Dates” and “A One Night Stand,” “Lucifer Does Standup Comedy in the Garden of Paradise” and “If I Write a Play About This Dildo It Will Be a Tax Write Off Plus a Political Shot In 1 Act.”

More info here.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind is amazing! I've seen it several times, and I love it more each time. Regie is always wonderful.

They've since moved, though. They're now in the East Village at the Kraine theater.

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