Saturday, September 11, 2010

Howl Festival's Closing Day 2010


Don't miss the final day of the 7th Annual Howl Festival in Tompkins Square Park, September 12th, 2010.  The festivities begin at 11AM.. see the full schedule at  Tompkins Square Park is located between Avenues A and B, from 7th to 10th Streets.

Some of the highlights include:  

Rosie O’Donnell’s Rosie’s Broadway Kids will perform a Broadway-style cabaret Show

Graveshift, featuring the pop melodies of the Graves Family from the Bronx, 2 brothers and their two sisters who get along famously on stage.

Fashions from The Hemma Collection,
to be featured in House of Howl
Singer Yoshi, House of Howl
Riki Colon’s House of Howl – a flurry of color, costume and cavortin’ – a vivacious variety show with vogueing, dance , song, fashion, art- you name it.  Featuring House of Ninja dancers Javier, Edwin and Star Ninja and dancer Akiko Tokuoka. Fashions by the hot NYC Hemma Collection with live musical performance by Yoshi, music written and composed by Ev Price.

Hip Hop Howl- A massive live mixtape showcase featuring the hottest up and coming hip-hop artists in the country.

Finding Sukha Yoga, the East Village’s newest Yoga center, will welcome both adults and children. Bring your yoga mat or borrow one.

Finding Sukha Yoga

LOW LIFE 4: BEAT GIRL -JACKIE FACTORY producers CHI CHI VALENTI and JOHNNY DYNELL will present their fourth annual LOW LIFE to crown the 2010 HOWL! FESTIVAL. LOW LIFE is the free and fabulous Sunday evening climax to HOWL! - a two hour spectacular inspired by East Village decades past. Each year's theme is served up in a lavishly costumed production starring dozens of downtown's finest. This year's LOW LIFE 4: BEAT GIRL pays homage to homegrown fifties beatnik culture and the BOWERY BEATS - the rebel painters, poets and performers drifting east from Greenwich Village. The show also sheds light on the Women of the Beat Generation, often overlooked, and their influence on 50's Burlesque.

Low Life 4:Beat Girl Amber Ray
photo by Alex Colby

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