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JANUARY 2008
FRIDAY JAN 4 8:00

IsraelMUSIC: ISRAEL: Local Mexican rocker, Israel, plays original songs of love and protest tonight! He's a one-man-band and is eager to share his creative ideas. Won't you join us? Yes!


9:00 MUSIC:REVELATION 1  Revelation 1Gina Zavalis and Paul DeFazio, a harmony-singing rock-pop and jazz duo, play covers from the 60s, 70s and 80s, as well as Christian inspirational original songs.
SATURDAY
JAN 5
8:00 SPECIAL:SHAKESPEARE'S 12th NIGHT
twelfth nightIt's Twelfth Night! So here we are with an open participatory read-aloud of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, which was written to be performed on this date.("The evening of the fifth of January, preceding Twelfth Day- also known as the Epiphany- is traditionally the last day of the Christmas festivities and observed as a time of merrymaking" Oxford English Dictionary) Come and join us in this informal event, a fun way to hang out with the neighbors, Harry Oppenheimer taking turns reading from this great classic, with new original 17th century-style dulcimer music by HARRY OPPENHEIMER.

FRIDAY
JAN 11


8:00 MUSIC : GUYS IN THE BAND
Guys in the band
Rocking blues group with Guy Michetti and Gary Moore on guitars and vocals, Jimi White on bass, Joan Moore on vocals and Tom Fanizzi on percussion.
9:00 MUSIC : BIG FRANK MIRRA Big Frank Mirra
Great delta blues guitar singer Mirra performs classics with real heart
SATURDAY
JAN 12
11-1 MLKSPECIAL: KIDS! MARTIN LUTHER KING Jr. with BOBALOO. New Directions Services presents the wonderful Bobaloo (Bob Basey) telling stories and songs in honor of the birthday of the great philisophical and spiritual leader, Martin Luther King Jr.
Free refreshments and snacks for kids and parents.
8pm DimitriMUSIC : DIMITRI: Original Sri Lankan Rasta Reggae! He has good rapping reggae lyrics with a very positive message.
  9pm MUSIC : To Be Announced

THURSDAY
JAN 17


7:30

Flower Of Life Round SingingMUSIC:ROUND SINGING Come and participate or just listen to this informal group of singers weave magical melodies that loop and roll.

FRIDAY
JAN 18
8pm Neal HagstromMUSIC: NEAL HAGSTROM: Staten Island's own brand of "Prairie Home Companion" with stories and song from station WETG, 208 on yer radio dial!
8:30 MUSIC: JOAN CADELL BAND
Joan Cadell Band Rocker Joan Cadell performs her powerful original songs and some covers with her full band.
SATURDAY
JAN 19
8pm robot steve

ARTISTS SALON: We invite artists of all persuasions to come and share your work and explore related themes. Bring JPEGs to project, physical artifacts, DVDs, notebooks, sketchbooks, whatever, to this informal social event.

Special Music and Art performance by PASQUAL and DERWIN.

PLUS! Closing party for MARY BULLOCK'S paintings, so come on over and enjoy Mary's stunning collection, entitled "TROPICAL WINTER".

TUESDAY
JAN 22
7:30 moon drum
FULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE
Please bring your drum or play one of ours at this exciting informal gathering. Communication and healing play, inspired by the energy of The Moon.
FRIDAY
JAN 25
8pm elektromotifPOLY MORPHOUS: ELEKTROMOTIF "Buddha, Baseball, and Bok Choy" Multi-media artists' collective Elektromotif presents their theme "Buddha, Baseball, and Bok Choy" with poetry, music, and photography performances by Will Wynn, Doug Principato, Marguerite Maria Rivas, Andre Martinez, and Willie Chu.
SATURDAY
JAN 26
2-4 Kids Open MicKIDS OPEN MIC AFTERNOON!
Kids, come and share your songs, jokes, special stories, play your musical instrument, halloween-costumed scene, artwork, your creative imagination on the ETG stage! We have a keyboard, we have guitar amps, we have microphones. So this is a great chance to do your own show on a real stage. Bring your parents and your friends and have some fun!
As featured in the Staten Island Advance "Kids In The City" column.
  8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced
FEBRUARY 2008
FRIDAY FEB 1 8:00

Vortex Sutra
 Hand EyeRICHMOND COUNTY VORTEX SUTRA:
JJ HAYES gathers the crew that will explode live improv poetry and music all over your mind.

SATURDAY
FEB 2
7pm
Cesar Vargas
ART RECEPTION:
CESAR VARGAS
and PASQUALE RICA
Cats and abstracts, earthlings too. Come and welcome the new work adorning our walls this night, and hear the painters' notions from their own lips. And red wine to sip!
9pm The Humans
THE HUMANS

Indentical twin brothers, DAVID ECHO & DANNY HUM, have been writing songs together since before birth. Together with Damian Scro on percussion, they are THE HUMANS. The Humans will perform pieces from their new album! Here's their mySpace page
SATURDAY
FEB 2
2pm MEET-UP:STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
2-4 NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN READ-IN
Share books, read aloud, special event with the William T. Davis/ P.S.31 PTA. All are welcome!

FRIDAY
FEB 8


8:00 Phillip ElliotCOMEDY : PHILLIP ELLIOT wants to share some NEW THOUGHTS that you must hear!
8:30 WORD: CARL PECKHAM: Twisted Love Story...
9:00 Mark SinnisMUSIC : MARK SINNIS Direct from the band NINTH HOUSE, Sinnis does acoustic Goth Folk originals with a great voice. Songs from his new CD project!
SATURDAY
FEB 9
2pm KIDS: PLAY DATE! PUPPET WORKSHOP AND SHOWS
Puppet
  A great day of free puppet-making and fun story improvisations, on a real puppet-stage, by and for kids and their families, facilitated by the brilliant BOBALOO, amazing ALYCIA and our very own... us! Crafts will be provided. Have some creative fun at ETG!
  8pm Joan And Scott Cadell
MUSIC: JOAN CADELL and SCOTT CADELL
Talented songwriter performers play their rocking originals and some covers too.
  Don LombardiMUSIC: DON LOMBARDI
Balladeer Lombardi plays and sings his beautiful folk pieces as well as songs by Gordon Lightfoot and others
FRIDAY
FEB 15
8pm Neal HagstromMUSIC: NEAL HAGSTROM's STATEN ISLAND HOUR: Old-time-live-radio format of uplifting music from the 30s and 40s, with accompanying stories and song. Neal Hagstrom's own brand of "Prairie Home Companion" on the figmentary station WETG, 208 on yer radio dial!
SATURDAY
FEB 16
8pm THEATER: MAGDALENA LAMAISON  funny yet tragic monologues: "Four Women, Four Moving Moments"
  8:30
MUSIC: TRISH AND CHRISTOPH's New North Show Episode: Re-sing and Recycle. ish and ChristophSalvaging remote areas of our brains and old hard drives, we'll be presenting you some brand new recycled material that hasn't seen the dim light of a Book Cafe since the last millennium.
SUNDAY
Feb 17
12:30-2 Flute InteriorMEET-UP GROUP :
SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE

Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts.
FRIDAY
FEB 22
8pm Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE
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(sorry, due to the snow and impending ice-storm, MANHATTAN TRIBAL BELLYDANCE will NOT be able to join us tonight)
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Bring your drum or play one of ours at this exciting informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.
SATURDAY
FEB 23
1-2

---- CANCELLED! due to the weather ----

black-historyBLACK HISTORY for KIDS! with BOBALOOO Stories and songs by this wonderful entertainer. There will be free snacks for the participating kids, provided by New Directions Services and Wendy DeJong.
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  2-4 Kids Open MicKIDS OPEN MIC AFTERNOON!
   Kids, come and share your songs, jokes, special stories, play your musical instrument, costume scene, artwork, whatever you want to do on the ETG stage! You can even just make things up as you go along!
    If you want, we have a keyboard, we have guitar amps, we have microphones, we have hand-drums, and we can help.
    Come and play on a real stage! Bring your parents and your friends and have some fun.
As featured in the Staten Island Advance "Kids In The City" column.
  8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

FRIDAY
FEB 29
8pm Lynne ClarkeMUSIC: LYNNE CLARKE: Rocking spiritual folk music by this talented local.
9pm Tina OlsenMUSIC: TINA OLSEN : This eclectic folk-singer, with the voice of Joan Baez, invites you to sing along.
more dates to be announced
MARCH 2008

>>> THIS MONTHS FEATURED ARTIST: ANDREW WIBLE
SATURDAY
MAR 1
8pm Harry Oppenheimer Dulcimer
MUSIC : MOUNTAIN DULCIMER
with HARRY OPPENHEIMER  
Peaceful sounds from the Appalachian dulcimer, a fretted string instrument of the zither family, as weilded by Staten Island's own Mr. Oppenheimer for our pleasure.
9pm The Humans  TUGATO: OTHER-WORLDLY
Talented Chilean musician will present UFO images with his improvised music.

FRIDAY
MAR 7


8:00 MUSIC : KOOL KIDZ Pop duo with an infectious chemistry, play originals and covers.
9:00 Mark SinnisMAGICIAN : RAY FUENTES : MENTAL MAGIC This talent is a master at the impossible. Come and be amazed.
SATURDAY
MAR 8
2pm KIDS: PLAY DATE! PUPPET WORKSHOP AND SHOWS
Puppet
A great day of free puppet-making and fun story improvisations, on a real puppet-stage, by and for kids and their families, facilitated by the brilliant BOBALOO, amazing ALYCIA and our very own... us! Crafts will be provided. Have some creative fun at ETG!
  8pm
Adam  and Andy
MUSIC : ADAM AND ANDREW'S LOGICALLY THOUGHT-OUT ENTERTAINMENT
Local celebrities, Adam and Andrew, bring together a program of musical talents on our stage tonight.
Adam and Andy

FRIDAY
MAR 14


8PM

Randy LudacerMUSIC:RANDY LUDACER and the Edison Volt Electro-Mechanical Guitar
Pop-rock-folk originals on a unique self-designed guitar by this inventive local designer.

9PM Paul StrayferMUSIC: PAUL STRAYFER: North Shore guitar hero plays his beautiful original instrumental neo-classical-rock-jazz-fusion music.
SATURDAY
MAR 15
3pm Trails Throutgh The GreenbeltPOETRY BENEFIT: TRAILS THROUGH THE GREENBELT Benefit performance featuring selected readings by JACK FREEDMAN, JUST WORDS, DOUGLAS CALA, JENN CARLO, JACKIE CASSEN, ADRIANNA GOFFREDO; Soap products and Artwork will be sold to raise money for the publishing effort of the volume of collected poetry entitled "TRAILS THROUGH THE GREENBELT" .
  8pm
MUSIC: NORMAN SAVITT
Peaceful and excellent instrumental acoustic guitar music by this gifted composer/improviser.
  9pm e-bow trio   MUSIC: E-BOW TRIO:
Doug Principato, Randy Hudson, Conrad Spanroft weave sonic fabric with their electro-magnetic bowing machines.
SUNDAY
Mar 16
12:30-2 Flute InteriorMEET-UP GROUP :
SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE

Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts.
FRIDAY
MAR 21
8pm Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE
Bring your drum or play one of ours at this exciting informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.
SATURDAY
MAR 22
8pm CirclesMUSIC: STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS CIRCLE : Come and hear some of the best and diverse songs from Staten Island's own local singer-songwriters. Listen as they share original songs woven in their most individual and personal style.
FRIDAY
MAR 28
8pm Allergic to B's
MUSIC: ALLERGIC TO B's : The wonderful Joan and Gary Moore and friends return to the ETG stage with guitars, ukelele, piano, and that soulful singing! Come on up for some good vibes and poetical intensity with these nice, creative folks!
SATURDAY
MAR 29
2-4 Kids Open MicKIDS OPEN MIC AFTERNOON
with host Bonnie
   Kids, come and share your songs, jokes, special stories, play your musical instrument, costumed scene, artwork... show your creative imagination on the ETG stage! We have a keyboard, we have guitar amps, we have microphones. So this is a great chance to do your own show on a real stage. Bring your parents and your friends and have some fun!
As featured in the Staten Island Advance "Kids In The City" column.
  8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced

April 2008; Jim Fahey; Nightdancers; Andrew Wible; Wahoo Skiffle Crazies; Guys in the Band; Big Frank Mirra; Play Date Puppet Workshop; Earth People; St George Food Co-op Forming Meeting; Neal Hagstrom; Christian Garret Confessions of a Gay Preacher; Full Moon Drumming Circle; Tribal Bellydancing; Silverlake Flute Circle; Staten Island Songwriter Circle; St George Day; Kids Open Mic; ETG Big Open Mic; ETG Theatrical Expo.

OUR EVENTS ARE ALWAYS FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMER

MAY 2008

FRIDAY
MAY 2
8pm MOVIE: THE YES MEN Political activism at its most humorous.

SATURDAY
MAY 3


3pm BOOKSIGNING: POETRY of ERIC HINES Book publishing reception with readings by Eric Hines and Friends for
Eric Hines' new book of poetry THE AQUARIAN SON
8:00 MUSIC: CANARSIE KEN BIRTHDAY performance: This inimitable harmonica blues man gathers his tribes for some foot-stomping time on the occassion of his birth anniversary.
9pm TBA

FRIDAY
MAY 9


8:00
Adam  and Andy
MUSIC : ADAM AND ANDREW'S LOGICALLY THOUGHT-OUT ENTERTAINMENT #2
Adam and Andrew once again bring together a diverse program of talented humans. Music, artwork, films, animation and poetry by various local artists.
Adam and Andy
SATURDAY
MAY 10
2pm KIDS: PLAY DATE! PUPPET WORKSHOP AND SHOWS
Puppet
A great day of free puppet-making and fun story improvisations, on a real puppet-stage, by and for kids and their families, facilitated by the brilliant BOBALOO, amazing ALYCIA and our very own... us! Crafts will be provided. Have some creative fun at ETG!
  8:00 Jim Indell MUSIC : JIM INDELL and friends! Music and songs with high energy and creative flair by singer songwriter Mr. Indell and a host of happy helpers.
  9:00 Marguerite Rivas POETRY MUSIC ART: MARGUERITTE RIVAS and friends: "OLD NEW, BORROWED, BLUE": Live poetry, music and photographs; a performance both composed and improvised, somewhat in the beatnik tradition, by this crew of creatives.
FRIDAY
MAY 16
8pm COMEDY: PHILLIP ELLIOT: This St. George student comic presents his expanding comedic routine for your pleasure.
8:30 Joan Cadell BandMUSIC: THE JOAN CADELL BAND: Talented, rocking and heartful rock, folk, rhythm and blues band.
SATURDAY
MAY 17
8-10 EricHines and JackieCassen POETRY: ERIC HINES and JACKIE CASSEN Excellent spoken word poetry from these two writers.
SUNDAY
MAY 18
12:30-2 MEET-UP: SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE
Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts.
2pm MEET-UP:STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE

TUESDAY
MAY 20

7:30 Full Moon Drumming CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE Bring your drum or play one of ours at this exciting informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.
FRIDAY
MAY 23
8pm
Trish and Christoph

MUSIC: TRISH AND CHRISTOPH: The “Songs Of The North Shore” duo and crew are back! This time with a show that is described as "UFOs, vinyl siding and loose birds: Trish and Christoph's prequel for THE RETURN OF THE GREAT BLUE HERON#2", which will be presented in June at Gallery 6 (note location change).
See the show's trailer HERE and please join us for this lovely fun.


I am the bisonOPENING for TaC will be special guest artist:
I AM THE BISON
the one-man-band project of Sam Cohen, a member of up-and coming cult band Apollo Sunshine that incidentally plays at London's Wireless Festival on a stage with the New York Dolls. Listen and look at Sam's beautiful new songs at http://www. myspace. com/iamthebison

SATURDAY
MAY24
8pm


                   First time in Staten Island!
MUSIC: IKTUS PERCUSSION QUARTET: A dynamic Percussion/ New Music ensemble on a mission to inspire and exhilarate.   Experimental / Ambient / Classical   Influenced by a broad range of world music and instrumentation, and committed to playing fresh new compositions from up and coming artists, iktus is on the cutting edge of the percussion scene. Current projects include: World Premier Concert Series with Random Access Music (RAM), Dance & Beat Collaboration with Modern Dance, Electronic/Percussion with composers of Forecast Music, Collaboration with Billy Martin, and so much more…

iktus percussion quartet is currently endorsed by Mike Balter Mallets and Grover Percussion.

Come visit us at: www.myspace.com/iktuspercussion

FRIDAY
MAY30
8pm
Reto Morger
PERFORMANCE ART:
RETO:
A DANCE TO LOVE
Reto MorgerDon't miss this ritual ceremonial dance art performance by an unusual and prolific Mexican phenomenon who calls himself RETO. (who is also our current artist-of the month, i.e. his paintings are gracing our walls until the 1st week of June.) The DANCE TO LOVE movements are based on the carved -stone images known as "the Dancers" from Magote 1350 BC and Montealban 1000 BC.
  9pm MOVIE: TO BE ANNOUNCED: The movies we show are not main-stream entertainments, but deep thought-provoking labors of love geared toward expanding audience awareness of this life and world we share. Guaranteed interesting, educational and fun!
SATURDAY
MAY 31
2pm Kids Open MicKIDS OPEN MIC AFTERNOON!
Kids, come and share your songs, jokes, special stories, play your musical instrument, halloween-costumed scene, artwork, your creative imagination on the ETG stage! We have a keyboard, we have guitar amps, we have microphones. So this is a great chance to do your own show on a real stage. Bring your parents and your friends and have some fun!
As featured in the Staten Island Advance "Kids In The City" column.
  8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced
JUNE 2008    FEATURED ARTIST: Stephanie Ratcliffe Stephanie Ratcliffe

SATURDAY
JUNE 7


8pm
MUSIC: NORMAN SAVITT
Peaceful and excellent instrumental acoustic guitar music by this gifted composer/improviser.
9pm

Gayathri KrishnanMUSIC: JAMIE RICK LEIF: Guitar master plays flamenco and more on a unique guitar of his own invention.

[Gayathri Krishnan had to cancel because of a health issue. Wish her well!]

SUNDAY
JUNE 8
7:30pm
$4 suggested donation
 

SPECIAL LECTURE EVENT:
OUR ORIGINAL MEDICINE: USING ANCIENT HERBAL REMEDIES IN A MODERN WORLD


  Herbalist RICHARD MANDELBAUM, has a background in both Chinese and Western herbal traditions. He has been an avid student of our native flora for over nineteen years, and in addition to teaching on a diverse range of clinical subjects, he often leads workshops on field botany, wild edible plants and Dandelionmushrooms. He is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild (AHG).

Richard MandelbaumHis Dragonfly Botanicals is a small organic garden dedicated to the natural, organic production of medicinal plants, and situated on the grounds of the Center for Creative Therapies and the Arts in Forestburgh, NY.

$4 suggested donation

FRIDAY
JUNE 13


8:00
Adam  and Andy

MUSIC :ADAM AND ANDREW'S LOGICALLY THOUGHT-OUT ENTERTAINMENT #3

Adam and Andrew once again bring together a diverse program of talented humans; this time for the release party of the new album by Andrew called CHAMPION OF LOVE.

Adam and Andy
Featuring in reverse order!!
Andrew Phillip Tipton    http://www.myspace.com/andrewphilliptipton 

Dan Fishback   (From Brooklyn)
http://www.myspace.com/danfishback 

Poton    http://www.myspace.com/poton

Liv Carrow 
   (From Brooklyn) http://www.myspace.com/livcarrow 

Sibsi  (From Germany)
http://www.myspace.com/sibsi

SATURDAY
JUNE 14
2pm

PuppetKIDS: FINAL PLAY DATE! PUPPET WORKSHOP AND SHOWS


 THIS MONTH:
SHADOW PUPPETS!

Come and experiment with SHADOWS!
    We are going to be cutting shapes out of paper, colored plastic, and using other objects and shapes including our hands to make fun characters come to life on the illuminated puppet screen!
   This will be the last in our current series of free puppet-making and fun story improvisations with BOBALOO, ALYCIA and TRACY BASEY, so please try to come! Crafts and materials will be provided. Have some creative fun at ETG!

Art by the Ferry Festival

Affordable Local Art :

   Ceramic works by Victoria Larrea-Bellinger; Wooden sculptures by Steve Jones and by Albin Lohr-Jones; Paintings by Andrew Wible and by Taylor Moore and by Reto de Oaxaca; Artwork tee-shirts by Robert Civello; Clothing designs by Ezair Beausoleil.
all $5 to $50!

 

-------------------PLUS LIVE MUSIC!---------------------

SATURDAY
JUNE 14
5:00 GINGHAM DOG
6:00 FEASTER AND FRIENDS link
7:00 FATTY ACIDS
8:00 DOUG PRINCIPATO: GRAND PEPPER OF REALITY link
9:00 PAUL STRAYFER link
SUNDAY
JUNE 15
12:30 SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE (led by "Night Dancers" John Sarantos and Gera Clark)
2pm STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
4pm EZAIR BEAUSOLEIL and
STEVE JONES

See the website for the Art By The FERRY Festival for other exhibits and events around Staten Island's north shore!
MONDAY
JUNE 16
7:30 JoyceSI OUTLOUD: BLOOMSDAY: ETG BookCafe opens, on the day of the week that it is normally closed, for this special date-centric event. You can participate in this fun and informal read-aloud:    OutLOUD’s annual celebration of James Joyce’s epic, Ulysses.  
   James Joyce shocked the world when he recreated the events of a single Irish summer’s day, as his comic novel followed the lives of a colorful medley of Dublin characters on June 16, 1904, from sunrise til the pre-dawn hours of the following morning.  Every year on June 16, around the world, Joyceans gather to celebrate “Bloomsday” in honor of the book’s chief protagonist, Leopold Bloom.  Bloomsday features global readings of Joyce’s Ulysses, from Beijing to Boston, from Auckland to the Arctic.  Staten Island is no exception, as OutLOUD hosts its annual Bloomsday celebration with readings by some of our own “local characters.” Wear 1904 costume if you like, or just a fanciful hat!  Please note that this event is for ADULTS ONLY.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 18
7:30 drumming FULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE: Bring your drum or play one of ours. Communication from the heart.
FRIDAY
JUNE 20
8:00 Reto Dancing StonesPERFORMANCE ART: Be'e Na' Za'a artist RETO performs DANCING STONES OF OAXACA, A dance to Love: RetoSculptural, painted sets, costumes, lights, projections and music create an otherworldy experience of this dance and movement performance by RETO. One of Staten Island's newest and most original multimedia artists! Don't miss this ritual ceremonial dance art performance by an unusual and prolific Mexican indigenous Be'e Na' Za'a artist. The DANCE TO LOVE movements are based on the carved -stone images known as "the Dancers" from Magote 1350 BC and Montealban 1000 BC.
Make Music NY
  SATURDAY
  JUNE 21

 to the Make Music NY website
at ETG BOOK CAFE:
Music all day!
   11am     FAMILY SING-ALONG w/ BOBALOO & TRACY
   12pm    ROUND SINGING
   1pm      CAROLINE CUTRONEO and friends
   3pm      FOLK JAM SESSION
   4pm      ALLERGIC TO B’s and friends
   5pm      BLUES JAM SESSION
   7pm      RUNAWAY TRAIN and friends
   9pm      TUGATO de CHILE
... and at ETG CLOTHING:
12pm KIT & JARRED
fiddle and banjo
1pm CAROLINA de BRAZIL
Guitar and song
2pm BIRD & TRIKE
guitar and voices
3pm BLISTER & SPOT
Sax & Accordion
5pm NICK ROZAK
Bagpipes

 

Suggested donation of $5.00 to $20.00
FRIDAY
JUNE 27
7-10pm

AmmaBENEFIT: for AMMA THE HUGGING SAINT'S FARMER RELIEF PROJECT
Join MUSICIANS: Andrew Philip Tipton and the Passenger Pidgeons; Poton; Matt Wilson; Reina Del Camino AND
POETS Jen Russo and Elena Capofari for this fundraiser, organized by several young Staten Islanders, to draw attention to the plight of poor farmers in India and the amazing relief efforts organized by Amma (aka The Hugging Saint).
    All procedes will be sent to The Farmer Relief ProjectAmma logoThe evening will include delicious Indian-style refreshments, live music, video collage and a slide show of photos taken while on the road with Amma in India this year. Suggested donation of $5.00 to $20.00

 see http://www.amma.org/humanitarian-activities/social/farmer-project.html for more details about the project.

Suggested donation of $5.00 to $20.00
SATURDAY
JUNE 28
2-4 Kids Open MicKIDS OPEN MIC AFTERNOON!
Kids, come and share your songs, jokes, special stories, play your musical instrument, halloween-costumed scene, artwork, your creative imagination on the ETG stage! We have a keyboard, we have guitar amps, we have microphones. So this is a great chance to do your own show on a real stage. Bring your parents and your friends and have some fun!
As featured in the Staten Island Advance "Kids In The City" column.
  8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced
OUR EVENTS ARE ALWAYS FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
JULY 2008     FEATURED ARTIST: Dennis Douris Dennis Douris

SATURDAY
JULY 5


7:30 go GAMES NIGHT! with Andy and Katica
Go, Chess, Scrabble, Backgammon and more. What's your pleasure?
FRIDAY
JULY 11
 

Dennis Malenfant MUSIC: DENNIS MALENFANT: New arrangements of familiar favorites exquisitely performed on the guitar.

SATURDAY
JULY 12


8:00

Ian HeikelMUSIC: IAN HEIKEL
   Visiting rock trio from Pennsylvania also plays folk originals. Come and meet Ian Heikel on vox and guitars, Jay Knaub on percussion, Alex Smyser on bass.
  "An extremely gifted musician, a bold and honest songwriter, and a sincere communicator. He touches topics that are close to his heart with a raw and intimate honesty. You will be impressed by his talent, inspired by his song-writing and encouraged by his heart for people."  WEBSITE

FRIDAY
JULY 18
8pm

Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE and BELLYDANCE with MANHATTAN TRIBAL!
Join Mimi Fontana and This group of dancers rock out with their unusual group improv dancing style (Get a free lesson as part of the fun tonight)

Drum with the dancers, drum with neighbors and friends, bring your drum or play one of ours at this exciting informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.

SATURDAY
JULY 19
8pm

Sara ValentineLittle Miss Big MouthSPECIAL:
SARA VALENTINE'S LITTLE MISS BIG MOUTH PRESENTS
A Midsummer's Night Communion: Meditations for Living Outside the Iron Prison.
Build your own marshmallow and toothpick dream house at this eclectic response to the past millennia. Special guests include xtn hansen, Earth-based storytellar, social permaculturalist, and natural community  builder. 

SUNDAY
JULY 20
12:30-2 MEET-UP: SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE
Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts.
  2pm MEET-UP:STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
SATURDAY
JULY 26
8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced

August 2008: Hiroshima and Nagasaki 63rd Anniversary; Katie and Steve's Ireland Show and Tell; Caroline Cutroneo and Runaway Train; Reto: Teatro Zapoteca; Full Moon Drum Circle; Silverlake Flute Circle; Staten Island Songwriters Circle; Ulises Pal; R-Tronica; The Headlocks; Phoebe Blue; Chad Yarborough is Gingham Dog; Kids Beatnik Musical Poetry Jam; ETG Open Mic.

OUR EVENTS ARE ALWAYS FREE!
PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
SEPTEMBER 2008    FEATURED ARTIST: MARC ZIMET BAUM
Marc Zimetbaum
FRIDAY
SEPT 5
8pm Rudi Mwongozi MUSIC: RUDI MWONGOZI: Jazz pianist and multi-genre song-writer, a new Staten Island resident from Oakland California, tickles the ivories here tonight.

 


9pm

MUSIC: MICHAEL CALICO
Michael CalicoMichael's guitar and piano instrumentals are relaxing, sweeping and melodic, "evoking imagery of our deepest thoughts and emotion, at once haunting and made indelible in our minds from the first note …"
    Styles range from finger picking to strumming to in-song tuning peg bend effects, and esoteric alternative tunings with a unique all-carbon fiber acoustic/electric guitar. The music is reminiscent of record label Windham Hill artists such as William Ackerman, George Winston, Alex deGrassi and Michael Hedges. Don't miss it!
This evening will feature guest accompanists...

SATURDAY
SEPT 6
7:30

go GAMES NIGHT!
We have Go, Chess, Scrabble, Backgammon and more. What's your pleasure? Bring some!

FRIDAY
SEPT 12

8pm

IndiaTRIP TO INDIA with MICHAEL BRAUDY
Violinist Braudy just returned from a performance tour in India and wants to share his Michael Braudyexperiences with us in photographs, stories, meditation and live music.

Michael Braudy is an experienced violinist in Western, North Indian and Celtic music, and has taught music and meditation for over 30 years.  A versatile improviser, he regularly collaborates with poets, storytellers, dancers, theatre and mime.  From a deep commitment to music as a tool for meditation and health, Michael gives workshops and performances in the United States and abroad.  In India, he recently played in Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai and Auroville, and has performed at the Jaipur International Festival in Rajasthan.  His recordings include Sumanas, Vriddhi and Awakening Peace, a series of ragas for health, and Celtic Afternoon, a live concert at Sufi Books in Manhattan.  For more information, go to www.michaelbraudy.com.
Michael Braudy

SATURDAY
SEPT 13
7pm
  FEATURED ARTIST: MARC ZIMETBAUM
Marc Zimetbaum

RECEPTION PARTY 7-8:30PM
SATURDAY
SEPT 13
8pm

Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE
Drum with neighbors and friends, bring your drum or play one of ours at this exciting informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.

FRIDAY
SEPT 19
8pm
UlisesPal INTERMEDIA: ULISESPAL: Using his original electro-expiremental creations of sounds, animations and digital film collage, Spanish artist ULISESPAL assembles in performance a strange and wonderful audio-visual aesthetic experience. This show will feature three projectors and some stage collaborators. UlisesPal
SATURDAY
SEPT 20
8pm MUSIC: IT'S BILBO's 70th BIRTHDAY!
Guitarist & singer FRANK GALLIARD has set TOLKIEN’S literary poetry "songs" to music in honor of the 70th anniversary of the publication of THE HOBBIT, the classic tale of Bilbo Baggins and his adventures.
  9pm MUSIC:THE HUMANS the humans
DAVE ECHO & DAN SCHURTMAN
, super twins of psychedelic folk-rock will be playing the catchy melody and harmony-filled songs from their recent album and more. MYSPACE

FRIDAY
SEPT 26


8:00
Adam  and Andy
MUSIC : ADAM AND ANDREW'S LOGICALLY THOUGHT-OUT ENTERTAINMENT #4
Adam and Andrew once again bring together a diverse program of talented humans. Music, artwork, films, animation and poetry by various local artists.
Adam and Andy
SATURDAY
SEPT 27
8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced
OUR EVENTS ARE ALWAYS FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
OCTOBER 2008     Alan Avidano  FEATURED ARTIST: ALAN AVIDANO 

FRIDAY
OCT 3


7pm Alan AvidanoART RECEPTION: ALAN AVIDANO: COAHSI Grant winner shows his unbelievable CUT-OUTS, detailed illustration made out of a piece of paper and an x-acto blade. Gotta see ths stuff.
9pm

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MUSIC: AARON GILMARTIN and
PRICSILLA GILMAN

Amazing guitarist Aaron plays a mix of classical, folk, blues and brazilian sounds, performing original songs and duets with talented singer Priscilla, including a collaborative piece from a prisoner assist project “RSVP/MAN ALIVE”. Smart, beautiful and inspiring. website

SATURDAY
OCT 4


8pm
 
  "KOOL TO BE KIND"
BENEFIT to help ALBINO people being brutally persecuted in TANZANIA. No joke! Come & find out about it! Join PHOEBE BLUE; BLURPLE; ASTRONAUT JONES and others in a mixed media benefit.
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ETGBC 3rd bday


FRIDAY OCT 10

8:00 ETGBC 3rd birthday party #1:
THE HEADLOCKS; CARL PECKHAM'S SHAKESPEARE;
DOUG GRIM; MR. ROGERS;
others



SATURDAY OCT 11
8:00
ETGBC 3rd birthday party #2:
WAHOO SKIFFLE CRAZIES; TRISH AND CHRISTOPH;
WE SOMNAMBULISTS;
others!


DOOR PRIZE RAFFLE   CAKE   FUNNY VIDEOS   BEVERAGES  THREE

SATURDAY
OCT 11

noon
'til
2pm

MANDALA MAKING WORKSHOP
  Join musician and writer,GREGORY NISSEN,mandala  for an exciting hands-on project using provided materials to create various kinds of MANDALAS mandala (beautiful circular patterns  that are usually symbolic, i.e. having an ecoded message).mandala Come and join the fun!  Gregory hopes that some of the mandalas we make can possibly be used in an upcoming film called mandala "The Mandala Maker".
      ALL AGES WELCOME.  MATERIALS PROVIDED.

TUESDAY
OCT 14
8pm

Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE!
 
Drum with neighbors and friends, bring your drum or play one of ours at this fun informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.

THURSDAY
OCT 16
6pm

Titubanda
Free concert in Tompkinsville Park at 6pm
sponsored jointly by ETG Book Cafe, the A/V Department(aka Sara Valentine and TitubandaKris Anton), and the NYC Parks Department. Big thanks to Lynn Rogers for her help and support!
Special on Italian Sodas
at ETG!!

Titubanda is a 35 piece brass band from Rome, Italy, playing everything from traditional Italian folk songs to avant-guard jazz via Latin American rhythms and Arabic melodies. A musical journey from Cuba to Bombay, through the Balkans and Cairo, reinterpreting classics and inspiring original compositions.
Titubanda

FRIDAY
OCT 17
8pm Ericines, Jackie Cassen POETRY: ERIC HINES and JACKIE CASSEN read from each of their new books of poetry. ERIC HINES: The Aquarian Son; Jackie Cassen: After Image
SATURDAY
OCT 18
7:30

Annemarie Zimakoff MUSIC: ANNEMARIE ZIMAKOFF Danish traveler Annemarie brings her spectacular, vivid and bright voice to our stage performing her country-style folk songwriting to our stage.

"something delicate fairy-like about her... theatrical and cabaret-like ... and plenty of ideas!"    website

8pm

Carl Peckham Norse Eddas STORY: CARL PECKHAM shares NORSE EDDAS Poems and tales of Norse Mythology. Derived from the Gylfaginning, or the Tricking of Gylfi , concerning the creation and destruction of the World of the Norse Gods.

9pm Mark Sinnis MUSIC: MARK SINNIS: Cemetary and Western songs by this original singer songwriter [website] who is also the bassist and songwriter for gothic rock band, Ninth House."Sinnis proves he’s one of this era’s great Americana song stylists: he can croon with anyone. Vocally, he is unabashedly romantic... Sinnis’ dark, rich baritone is a potent instrument... a worthy substitute for anyone who misses Nick Cave"
FRIDAY
OCT 24
8pm Kilgore Trout Is Dead  MUSIC: KILGORE TROUT IS DEAD: Electro-acoustic time-mechanical hijinks by techno-uke maven, EZRA CONNALLY.
9pm MUSIC: TRISH AND CHRISTOPH:
The Myth of a True Story
New North Show Episode
Trish and Christoph
In this new episode Trish and Christoph will be evaluating the true New Yorkers’, as well as their own, storytelling abilities. And yes, there will be music.
SATURDAY
OCT 25
8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

FRIDAY
OCT 31
8pm HALLOWE'EN:
Quiet Evening At Home
Quiet Featuring excerpts from scary old-time-radio dramas Quiet
including the 1938 "War of The Worlds" broadcast and 1943 Suspense "Sorry, Wrong Number".
more dates to be announced

 

NOVEMBER 2008     FEATURED ARTIST: CHANDINI PINILLA

SATURDAY
NOV 1


Noon KIDS ART WORKSHOP:TRASH TO TREASURE
Trash ArtTrash Artwith SAJDA
Environmental art using objects that would have been thrown away and recycling them into something creative.
6-8

Chandini Pinilla  ART RECEPTION:
CHANDINI PINILLA "silence"
:
COAHSI Grant winner! Paintings of India and beyond

8pm go GAMES NIGHT!
We have Go, Chess, Scrabble, Backgammon and more. What's your pleasure? Bring some!

THURSDAY
NOV 6


7pm

COAHSI logo
COAHSI NETWORKING and ART SALON PARTY
      aka SHOW AND TELL, open for you!   
Council On the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island
get-together. Creative people will meet each other, share artwork, performance and/or experience works of others. We will talk about The Great Staten Island Renaissance happening now. Meet the people powering our awesome local Arts Council. Only in Staten Island!

check out COAHSI's brand new website renovation

FRIDAY
NOV 7
8pm Ericines, Jackie Cassen MUSIC: DENNIS MALENFANT and CROSSFIRE GUITAR ENSEMBLE a trio of excellent guitarists who plays original all-instrumental arrangements of popular songs from 60's-70's-80's-90's and a few songs of their own!
  9pm

DharmaMUSIC: DHARMA BUMS TRAVELING MEDICINE SHOW featuring Izzy Mogelgaard... An informal group of folk musicians and singers from the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY, will be singing songs of Peace and Unity in observance of Veterans Days. Community singers and musicians are invited to contribute by bringing their voices and instruments to the gathering.

SATURDAY
NOV 8

8:00

MUSIC: GUY MICHETTI and DON LOMBARDI:

Guy MichettiEricines, Jackie Cassen"TWO OF US"   Solo performers, Guy Michetti & Don Lombardi collaborate with some great original songs and classic cover tunes.   Listen to Guy’s amazing guitar work, complimented by Don’s powerhouse vocals.
   Great music by these two seasoned performers.

FRIDAY
NOV 14
8pm

Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE!
 
Drum with neighbors and friends, bring your drum or play one of ours at this fun informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.

SATURDAY
NOV 15
2-4
Janice Patrignani
ART RECEPTION:
FURNITURE BY JANICE PATRIGNANI

COAHSI grant-winner exhibits her latest project and assortment of her other wonderful creations.

6pm

Book JadeLITERATURE: CHRISTY JONES and "JADE"
COAHSI grant winner reads excerpts from his new novel about obsession, love and murder.

8-10 The Project
MUSIC: FREE JAZZ: Blaise Siwula, saxophonist and facilitator of C.O.M.A. (citizens ontological music agenda) at ABC NO RIO in Manhattan, is an accomplished saxophone player with international experience. Blaise and friends will bring sound of free jazz into the bookcafe tonight
SUNDAY
NOV 16
12:30-2 MEET-UP: SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE
Flute music players and aficionados meet-up to play music and share thoughts.
  2pm

SI SongWriters ShowcaseSTATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE SHOWCASE
Check it out! People who have been participating in the S.I.Songwriters Circle will share their recent works-in-progress with us here today. Come and meet. Fun!

FRIDAY
NOV 21
8pm Allergic to B's Joan Moore and Gary Moore MUSIC: ALLERGIC TO B's and Friends with Joan Moore and Gary Moore and more and more!
SATURDAY
NOV 22
8pm

SPECIAL  SUGG. DONATION = $5
Joy RyderMUSIC: JOY RYDER
   Singer of the honey-and-whiskey voice, delivers classic R&B, soul and originals in her unique, outsider style.   Joy will be singing with bluesman ROGER BARTLETT, formerly the guitarist with JIMMY BUFFETT BAND. 
This will be good!

SPECIAL SUGGESTED DONATION = $5

FRIDAY
NOV 28
8pm
The Last Internatioinale MUSIC:
THE LAST INTERNATIONALE
Troubadours Edgey and Delila bring their rousing political folksongs to our island.
  9pm Kathleen Williamson MUSIC: KATHLEEN WILLIAMSON
A highly eclectic singer songwriter from Tucson AZ brings her bipedal bicoastal folk action to the ETG stage tonight! WBAI-FM’s Amy Goodman has twice featured Kathleen’s live music on Democracy Now! radio and television broadcasts. Besides winning awards for her album "SACRED SPUD", Kathleen is also an anthropologist and a lawyer.
SATURDAY
NOV 29
8pm

open-micETG BIG OPEN MIC
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage! (Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

more dates to be announced

 

DECEMBER 2008     FEATURED ARTIST: ANDREW WIBLE

FRIDAY
DEC 5


8pm

AARON GILMARTIN and PRICILLA GILMANMUSIC: AARON GILMARTIN and
STAN SCHNEIR

Exceptional guitarist Aaron Gilmartin plays a mix of classical, folk, blues and brazilian sounds. Tonight he will be joined by slide-guitarist Stan Schneir. They will be performing original songs and more. website

9pm go
MUSIC: TRISH AND CHRISTOPH
Music, humor and multimedia by the famous S.I. North Shore art pop rock country folk bosa nova futuristicanachronism duo.

SATURDAY
DEC 6


8pm go NIGHT of GAMES!
Play some!
FRIDAY
DEC 12
7:30 Drumming lesson with Steve
Learn some simple hand-drum techniques.
  8pm

Tribal Bellydance and Drum CircleFULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE!
 
Drum with neighbors and friends, bring your drum or play one of ours at this fun informal gathering. Communication and play, inspired by the energy of the moon.

SATURDAY
DEC 13
2:30 AFTERNOON MUSIC: PHYLLIS BEARD JAZZ TRIO:
Phyllis Beard Trio
COAHSI grantee Phyllis Beard brings us excellent afternoon music of Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus & more. Bassist Phyllis Beard, Pianist Brandon McCune, and Drummer Quincy Davis.
 

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Rudi MwongoziPiano Jazz by RUDI MWONGOZI! He's excellent and he's been playing afternoon's here Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
  7-8 ETG 25th AnniversaryEvery Thing Goes Stores' 25th Anniversary Party and Raffle
The original Every Thing Goes store opened at 208 Bay street 25 years ago in 1983 and today we are celebrating that feat of cooperation with a bit of a teaparty: Free Cake and Tea, Door Prizes, Historical ETG Picture Show, and a special performance of The Every Thing Goes Song by piano maestro, the amazing Gregory Nissen. all leading up to the GRAND PRIZE RAFFLE drawings for the winners of the three prizes: $100 gift certificate for ETG Clothing , $100 gift certificate for ETG BookCafe, and $500 Gift Certificate for ETG Furniture! The last day to get into the FREE raffle is Friday, so come to one of the stores and pick up your raffle card and then get it stamped at every store, then choose which of the three store raffles you want to win! No Purchase Necessary!


8:30

Nightdancers Contempoary Native American Flute MusicMUSIC: NIGHTDANCERS "WINTER SONGS" Contempoary Native American Flute Music with Gera Clarke and John Sarantos. With its unique, enchanting sound, the contemporary Native American flute has become increasingly popular, not only as a purely musical instrument, but as an ideal tool to enhance relaxation, meditation and healing.

FRIDAY
DEC 19
8pm IndelliblesMUSIC:THE INDELLIBLES'
ROCKING CHRISTMAS SHOW!
"Christmas On Staten Island" and other Christmas songs rock like never before in this yearly special by Jim Indell and the Indellibles. . Guaranteed fun!
SATURDAY
DEC 20
4pm

Winter Light in Tompkinsville ParkWINTER LIGHT of TOMPKINSVILLE PARK
A Community Renewal

Neighborhood Music and Theatrical gathering
to spread the Spirit of Light

... has been moved to the indoor stage at ETG!


BRING YOUR BELLS TO RING!
See Winter Wonder Man and Lady Light, with members of Hungry March Band, Milton Henry, Rudi Mwongozi, Sugar Hayes, Allison Shaw, Anthony Break Dance, Mary Feister of Junk Yard Gamelan, Faces of Our Neighborhood video by Mandy Morrison, The Star of Wonder, and more!

Tompkinsville Park Candle-light Procession
and the rising of the Star of Wonder at 5:30. Meet at ETG Book Cafe!

8-10 Solstice with Gypsy FlutesSPECIAL: PLANET SOLSTICE with GYPSY FLUTES and others Lively fun as we make direct contact with the essential elements of nature and reality with images, music, poetry, songs, and stories on this, Planet EARTH's New Year's Eve. YOU are invited to contribute to our experience, in the form of story, poem, image, artifact, or something ELSE. Thank YOU.
SUNDAY
DEC 21
12:30-2 Flute interior: silverlake Flute CircleMEET-UP:
SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE

Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons.
  2pm Music CircleMEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
Anyone interested in creating original music is welcome to join us. Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month.
CLOSED
THURSDAY
DEC 25
HAPPY CHRISTMAS
(WAR IS OVER)
FRIDAY
DEC 26
8pm

Books From Home
MUSIC, VIDEO and BOOK-GIVING EVENT:
BOOKS FROM HOME
by JAY WEICHUN
A 30-minute documentary film about a local man who collects books to send to Sri Lanka. You are invited to bring books to donate to his effort. There will also be live music!

SATURDAY
DEC 27
8pm

open-micTHE FINAL ETG BIG OPEN STAGE
with host, mister Mark Davis!
You are invited to share your performance or presentation on the Neighborhood Stage. Ground-breaking and EXPERIMENTAL especially welcome!

  (IMPORTANT: Kid friendly, no X- or R-rated material, please)   7 minute limit

We are going to try something new for 2009, a new format: The ETG Cabaret! Please do apply for the 10+ minutes performance slots being scheduled in advance. We look forward to presenting you on our stage. The ETG Cabaret is expected to happen on the last Saturday of each month.

more dates to be announced

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