Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Requiem Aeternam Deo...



My good friend Aurea Tomeski will be performing in this show. It looks very interesting and worth seeing. It's an experimental show based on the philosophical works of Friedrich Nietzsche. I'm definitely going!

3 comments:

Cynthia Thornton said...

Hey Bro-I've been checking around for italian villas to rent out for our trip this summer. Any ideas on what cities you want to check out?

Andrew Thornton said...

I definitely want to go to Venice, but everything will be jacked up sky-high with the biennial being open. So perhaps a place that we could take a day trip from? And of course I'd love to see Florence and Rome and Tuscany. Katie Wall was talking about this place that's on the beach and is very remote with a very authentic feel to it. I'll also ask Neil where his place is and see if I can stay there. Oh, I'll ask Natalie and Paulo as well, since Paulo is from Italy and she lived there for a while. I'M SO EXCITED!

Rainer said...

Thanks for posting this, Andrew. For those who are interested, in the forthcoming April issue of The Brooklyn Rail, there will be an interview with writer/director Fulya Peker.