Kraftwerk… In 3-D! Coming Soon To A Venue Near You

first_imgMan, isn’t it such a drag seeing a band in only two dimensions?Kraftwerk feels your pain. In fact, the electronic music pioneers have unveiled plans to include a 3-D element to their already-staggering visual display. Check out some of these cool images from their show (images are unfortunately in 2-D). The Kraftwerk 3-D tour comes to New York’s United Palace Theatre on April 1st, as well as three nights at the electronic-music-and-technology themed Moogfest. Full dates can be seen below. Tickets for the NYC show goes on sale January 24th at 10 AM.1/21-23 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus3/13-15 – Mexico City, Mexico – El Plaza Condesa3/18-21 – Los Angeles, CA – Walt Disney Concert Hall3/23-25- Oakland, CA – Fox Theater3/27 – Chicago, IL -Riviera Theatre3/29 – Toronto, ON – Sony Centre3/30 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis4/01 – NYC – United Palace Theatre4/04 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club4/24-25 – Asheville, NC – Moogfest5/18 – Vienna, Austria – Festwochen7/10 – Tremčín, Slovakia – Pohoda Festival7/18-20 – Salacgriva, Latvia – Positivus Festival8/02- Rattvik, Sweden – Dalhalla-David Melamed (@DMelamz)last_img read more

Farewell to Starstuff! Peter and the Starcatcher Sets Closing Date Off-Broadway

first_img Related Shows View Comments Peter and the Starcatcher will close on January 12, 2014. The show began off-Broadway, transferred to Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where it played from April 2012-January 2013, and then transferred back off-Broadway to New World Stages in March 2013. At the time of its closing, the production will have played a combined 645 performances on and off-Broadway. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 12, 2014 Peter and the Starcatcher, which won the 2012 Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for Favorite New Play and five Tony Awards, is an imaginative prequel to the story of Peter Pan. Directed by Alex Timbers and Roger Reese and written by Rick Elice, the play with music features a company of 12 actors playing more than a hundred unforgettable characters, all on a journey to answer the century-old question: How did Peter Pan become The Boy Who Never Grew Up?center_img Peter and the Starcatcher The current cast of Peter and the Starcatcher features Rick Holmes (Black Stache), Nicole Lowrance (Molly), Jordan Geiger (Boy), Edward Baker-Duly (Lord Aster), Matt D’Amico (Slank), Kevin Del Aguila (Smee), Jimmy Keiffer (Alf), Josh Grisetti (Fighting Prawn), Alex Hernandez (Captain Scott), Nate Miller (Ted), Andrew Mueller (Prentiss), Jon Patrick Walker (Mrs. Bumbrake), Joanna Howard, Evan Johnson, José Restrepo and Graham Stevens. “In the current Broadway landscape, a nearly two year run of a new American play is rare,” lead producers Nancy Nagel Gibbs, Greg Schaffert, Eva Price and Tom Smedes said in a statement, “so we’re grateful to the show’s many fans for embracing us like they have.”last_img read more

Smith to be more disciplined against Pakistan’s Yasir

first_img(Reuters) – Australia batsman Steve Smith says he is determined not to be dismissed again by Pakistan spinner Yasir Shah when the teams meet in the second test at Adelaide starting on Friday. Smith was bowled by Yasir for four runs in the opening test in Brisbane and the leg-spinner celebrated by holding up seven fingers to signal the number of times he had claimed the wicket of the world’s top-ranked test batsman.“It gave me a bit more motivation next game to not get out to him. I’ll be a little bit more disciplined against him,” Smith told reporters yesterday.Smith’s dismissal at the Gabba marked a rare failure for the batsman but the 30-year-old said he was not concerned by Yasir’s success against him. “A few of the times he’s got me out, I’ve been on a few runs and been slogging, Smith added.“There’s been a couple of second innings ones where I was playing some funky shots. So I’m not too worried.“He bowled really well at the Gabba, got some good drift and a bit of a spin on a wicket that wasn’t spinning much … we’re going have to play him well this game (at Adelaide).” Australia won the first test by an innings and five runs to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series. The second test will be a day-night affair.last_img read more