Flood Stage

Mr. Keyser is practicing dreaming underwater. A number of his dreams will make appearances at the Flow Festival, a daylong celebration of water, at the Fairmount Water Works, Sunday September 21, 2014, 1-8pm.

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Nightjar Nests at NACL

I am currently working with Tannis Kowalchuk and numerous other collaborators at NACL on a performance called struck involving neuroscience, the northern lights, and dark angels. You can find out more about it at the NACL site, or watch the promotional video on Kickstarter.

Cleveland Digs Darwinii

The reviews are in, or out, but unanimous in the pointing of thumbs. Check it:

Mesmerizing

Darwinii is one of the most mesmerizing pieces of theater this town has seen in a decade….  See it. Be enlightened. Be frightened. And be delightened by a wholly original and profoundly funny journey to the center of your very own DNA.

The Plain Dealer – Cleveland.com

The Wittiest

[Keyser] works this blood-red runway with the fierceness of Tyra Banks on meth…. Darwinii is an immediate contender for the title of Most Enjoyable and Engrossing 70 Minutes on Stage in 2011.

Scene Magazine

Fascinating

CoolCleveland.com

Darwinii runs through March 19th at Cleveland Public Theatre, 6415 Detroit Ave. Showtimes are 7:30pm (and 3:00pm Sunday March 13). *Please note, there is no late seating.

Tickets are $10-$25. Purchase online or call 216-631-2727 x501. Some shows are sold out.

Listen to an interview on WCPN’s Around Noon.

Nearanight Nearing

IF through fate or other forces within or without your control you find yourself in Philadelphia on this First Friday of December, the 3rd, in the evening hours, wondering where to direct your wandering feet and your attentions, please be advised that M. Nearanight will be delivering philosophical flights concerning the history of curiosity and its ramifications upon the chemysteries of nature and this, our illuminated modern age.

photo: Ted Pilonero

The Nearanight Lectures are serial reflections presented at intervals between the hours of 5 and 8 o’clock PM at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Go HERE for more information.