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Valmora Productions Presents Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry", August 4-7, FREE

VENUE: Brooklyn Art LibraryinNew York, USA
Free
Event Date Aug 4th
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Celebrate art performances in relief of Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry".

Invulnerable Nothings celebrates the work of Byron and the Shelleys with readings, performance, and installation, presenting their prose, closet dramas, and translations in relief of Howard Brenton's biographical play "Bloody Poetry".

Thursday Aug 4 | Friday Aug 5 | Saturday Aug 6 | Sunday Aug 7

Brooklyn Art Library
28 Frost Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Presented by Brooklyn Art Library and Valmora Productions

Schedule of Events

Thursday Aug 4
7:30pm: Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry"

Friday Aug 5
12-3pm: Open Hours
3pm: Reading--The Shelley Translation of Plato's "Symposium"**
7:30pm: Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry"

Saturday Aug 6
12-3pm: Open Hours
3pm: "A Mental Theater"--(Un)staged Reading of Lord Byron's "Cain"**
7:30pm: Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry"

Sunday Aug 7
12-3pm: Open Hours
3pm: "A Mental Theater"--(Un)staged Readings from Percy Bysshe Shelley's "Prometheus Unbound" and Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein"**
7:30pm: Howard Brenton's "Bloody Poetry"

Featuring the work of Jacqueline Brockel, Matthew Gasda, Lauren Guglielmello, C.C. Kellogg, Joseph Medeiros*, Charlie Munn, Tate Rehklau, Joe Reynolds, Vincent Santvoord, and Kristin Winters*

With thanks to Lindsea Bevington, Fractured Atlas, Anya Klepikov, Polly Korbel,The Morgan Library, Marissa Passi, Steven Peterman, Jordan Tiberio, Triskelion Arts, and Tim Vasen

*appearing courtesy of Actor's Equity Association
**free event--email matthewgasda@gmail.com to reserve a place

"Bloody Poetry" is produced through special arrangement with Samuel French

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About the Host

Brooklyn Art Library

Brooklyn Art Library is home to the largest collection of artist sketchbooks in the world.

White painted brick, high ceilings, and black exposed beams give the library a hip industrial ambience that pairs well with the warmth and personality of the rows upon rows of sketchbooks.

Keywords

  • Art Aficionado