Nabil Joins Acclaimed Barefoot Team
3 months agoNabil Joins Acclaimed Barefoot Team
“Paradise Lost” on Discovery ID
4 months ago“Paradise Lost” on Discovery ID
WINNER, Best American Indie for Tomorrow Ever After at FLIFF!
5 months agoWINNER, Best American Indie for Tomorrow Ever After at FLIFF!
M O O N L I G H T
6 months agoM O O N L I G H T
Another Award for Tomorrow Ever After at Flickers’ Rhode Island!
6 months agoAnother Award for Tomorrow Ever After at Flickers’ Rhode Island!
Creative Time Summit DC
The Creative Time Summit-the world’s largest international conference on art and social change-found its way to Washington, D.C.! Creative Time Summit DC: Occupy the Future was held at D.C.’s historic Lincoln Theatre on October 14 – 16, 2016.
Occurring in the nation’s capital just weeks before the 2016 Presidential Election, the Creative Time Summit DC took this importan…
6 months agoCreative Time Summit DC
How to Tell…
6 months agoHow to Tell…
Nabil featured in Arts & Humanities at the Intersection
7 months agoNabil featured in Arts & Humanities at the Intersection
BEST FEATURE and AUDIENCE CHOICE Awards for Tomorrow Ever After at Moondance!
Tomorrow Ever After won BEST FEATURE at this year’s Moondance International Film Festival. It played to a packed house and had an incredible emotional impact, resulting in the film also winning the AUDIENCE CHOICE Award at the festival. See some audience reactions in the video below, and keep up with the film at TomorrowEverAfterMovie.com.…
7 months agoBEST FEATURE and AUDIENCE CHOICE Awards for Tomorrow Ever After at Moondance!
Short Plays by José Rivera
1 year agoShort Plays by José Rivera
1 year agoLove, Redefined
Nabil Wins BEST ACTOR at Atlas Awards!
1 year agoNabil Wins BEST ACTOR at Atlas Awards!
The Inwood Film Festival Is Here!
WED, MARCH 2
1 year agoThe Inwood Film Festival Is Here!
Standing With All Women
This woman used a huge platform to forcefully call out sexism on a night celebrating an industry famously fueled by it. And somehow, the most intelligent and compassionate people I know were completely derailed by the fact she is a relativ…
2 years agoStanding With All Women
THEATRE WORKSHOP for HBO MENTOR PROGRAM
with high school juniors and seniors
#7Collective does theme-specific, interactive performances.
We run full-day acting workshops for young children, teens and adults.
1100 Avenue of the Americas
FOR FERGUSON: A BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
In response to the tragic events in Ferguson, MO in August 2014, several incredible local and visiting performers are donating t…
3 years ago#CollectiveCare
FUNDING ARTS EDUCATION IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR STUDENTS OF COLOR
Community-Word Project is a New York City based arts-in-education organization that inspires children in under-resourced communities to read, interpret and respond to their world and to be…
3 years agoFUNDING ARTS EDUCATION IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR STUDENTS OF COLOR
Why is David writing again? People take great photos.
It’s where she needed to be
The moonlight, her guide,
a mischievous new friend
She ran ferociously, up hills of sand,
3 years agoWhy is David writing again? People take great photos.
DID YOU KNOW THAT NABIL WAS BLACK? (Dominicans_and their African Heritage)
3 years agoDID YOU KNOW THAT NABIL WAS BLACK? (Dominicans_and their African Heritage)
David as Host at The Muse Brooklyn
Ryan Daniel Beck
The Museiam is a performance platform where every month different artists are given space to create, experiment, merge & invent…culminating in one night of dance, circus, comedy, poetry, burlesque,…
3 years agoDavid as Host at The Muse Brooklyn
Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks some truth on NPR
In this honest and revealing conversation with Fresh Air’s Dave Davies, Neil talks about why he declined an invitation to speak at his old elementary school.
“…I am where I am today not because of what the teachers said about me or did for me, but in spite of it.”
3 years agoNeil deGrasse Tyson speaks some truth on NPR
Colors and Queens (a 5 Pointz memory)
I bore witness to perspective and culture
Tagged freely on an abandoned looking thing
A source of comfort
Gritty and ugly, pretty in some parts
Couldn’t look away
Not even if you dared
3 years agoColors and Queens (a 5 Pointz memory)
David works with Working Theater & 32BJ
An evening of original short plays
written & performed by members of 32BJ SEIU
Monday, March 11, 2013 @ 7.00pm
The Studio Theater @ Theater Row
410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
(Between 9th and 10th Avenues)
32BJ SEIU Members Tell Their Stories
Come watch members of 32BJ perform in plays that they’ve written themselves, working with a professional playwright, a profes…
4 years agoDavid works with Working Theater & 32BJ
Nabil in GOLIATH
A visionary, lyrical, heartbreaking tale of one young man’s Iraq War story, from home to the front and back again.
May 23-June 3
Wed-Sat at 7PM, Sun at 3PM
Special Memorial Day Performance Monday May 28 @7PM
Wild Project – 195 E 3rd St, New York, New York 10009
Buy Tickets Now!
For more information: www.poetictheater.com/goliath
“One of the rare gi…
5 years agoNabil in GOLIATH
Musée Magazine No. 2 The Fear Issue
Musée Magazine, a new online quarterly publication dedicated to emerging photography, is pleased to announce the launch of Musée Magazine No. 2, The Fear Issue. The Fear Issue was born as an idea that goes back sometime for Editor-in-Chief, Andrea Blanch. Blanch once asked a friend “What is your greatest fear?” to which he replied, “that no one will come to my funeral.” This idea of personal fears took seed in her brain a…
5 years agoMusée Magazine No. 2 The Fear Issue
David King in MAN ON THE STREET
March 23 – 24 @ 8PM
March 25 @ 3PM
March 27 – 30 @ 8PM
New Media Repertory Theatre
512 E 80th St (between York & East End Aves)
New Media Repertory Company
6 to 77th St (M79 bus to York Ave)
Part of New Media Rep’s Evening of New One-Act Plays
YOU AND ME AND SHE AND I
and THE WHALE STAYS IN THE PICTURE written by John Levine
MAN ON THE STREET premiered at New Media Repertory Theatre in 2009.…
5 years agoDavid King in MAN ON THE STREET
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