The Stomach Flip

For the comfortably numb, like myself,
who need to shake things up a bit. Inspired by "Sleep No More", theatre, art, books, music, food, philosophy, and the Tumblr community

I’ve had two amazing experiences with The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventures in NYC.  Now they are setting up a new project called “Experiment 39” in Philadelphia on September 6th & 7th as part of the Philadelphia FringeArts Festival.

They need our help to complete their funding.  Click here to donate thru Fractured Atlas.

Even if you are unable to attend, please give what you can and promote immersive theatre.

Five Dances

chadchronicles:

"Five Dances" is finally available for rent or download on iTunes as well as Wolfe Video’s site (http://wolfeondemand.muvies.com/reviews/4257-five-dances). I’ve been dying to see this film since I first heard about it, but missed it in theaters. It features SNM and TDM alum Luke Murphy as well as Broadway performer Ryan Steele. Not sure how long it’s been available for rent/download—I might be late to the party here—but enjoy!!

(via snmsketches)

I’d just like to thank everybody who came to The Drowned Man and especially those who came back again and again and engaged with our work in the way I think we always hoped people would, grappling with its mysteries and picking up on details that might have gone unspotted by less sharply-focussed eyes. Your enthusiasm sustained us over a year of hard labour, and the outpouring of emotion, messages, gifts, cakes and finally roses from so many people in the last days leading up to the grand finale was deeply touching. Your responses to the show have given me a warm sense of pride that is helping to take the edge off the inevitably crushing post-show blues that I am now feeling after waking up from such a beautiful dream.
So many people have been saying thank you recently, and I want to say it back because The Drowned Man is NOTHING WITHOUT YOU. As I’m sure you are aware, in Temple Studios you were the only cameras, and it was your responsibility to record what went on there. Now all that remains is those recordings. Keep them safe.

— Sam Booth (via serpentunderit)

(via latetothewrapparty)

zennis:

Narrated by Malcolm McDowell, this short documentary examines the films Stanley Kubrick developed but didn’t live long enough to make. Features interviews given by Kubrick’s longtime producer Jan Harlan, Jack Nicholson, Sydney Pollack etc. Through interviews and abundant archival materials, the documentary examines these “lost” films in depth to discover what drew Kubrick to these projects, the work he did to prepare them for production, and why they were ultimately abandoned. Some of the unfinished project discussed here are “Napoleon”, “The Aryan Papers” and also “A.I” (finally made by Spielberg).

(Source: vimeo.com)

dreamslender-exquisite:

There is a redness in the west,
Blood on the moon,
A fire in the sky,
And it’s coming this way…
Leland Madison Stanford, The Drowned Man, Punchdrunk, 2013 - 2014

dreamslender-exquisite:

There is a redness in the west,

Blood on the moon,

A fire in the sky,

And it’s coming this way…

Leland Madison Stanford, The Drowned Man, Punchdrunk, 2013 - 2014

(via anightingalesangin)

definitelybeef:

Come visit me on Governor’s Island today until 5 on the porch of House 17! Third Rail Projects has an open rehearsal for their next full-scale immersive piece. Cool shit, you guys. #thirdrailprojects #thenshefell #governorsisland (at Governors Island National Monument)

definitelybeef:

Come visit me on Governor’s Island today until 5 on the porch of House 17! Third Rail Projects has an open rehearsal for their next full-scale immersive piece. Cool shit, you guys. #thirdrailprojects #thenshefell #governorsisland (at Governors Island National Monument)