STILL the hottest Joey number ever broadcast. Que calor!
John has some upcoming performances on Governor’s Island.
Thursday, Jun 25, 4pm (Open Dress Rehearsal)
Friday, June 26, 4pm
Saturday, June 27, 2pm
Sunday, June 28, 2pm
Arts Center, lower level, Governors Island, NYC
Reservations are required. RSVPs are open now:
RSVP HERE (click on any blue show time to select a show)
The Governors Island ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan. Ferry schedule: govisland.com
Love of a Poet is presented by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council as part of the River To River Festival 2015. LMCC.net
Love of a Poet was originally produced as a site-specific work in the Battery Maritime Building by Creative Time and Dance Theater Workshop in collaboration with John Kelly Performance in 1990.
“His artistic versatility is legendary in the downtown arts scene. He is, for me, among the most interesting artists alive.” David Roman, Theatre Journal
Photo by Billy Erb
Copyright © 2015 John Kelly Performance, All rights reserved.
A certain Euro-compatible voltage of musical excitement and anticipation has been zapping around our headquarters as we begin to envision and to schedule our biggest Web Based Web Event to date.
The Week-long ABBA Web Event presented by BillyBeyond.com™© and blue eyeshadow.
UPDATE: A date for our upcoming ABBA Week-long Web Event has been firmed up after nearly five unanswered telegrams from BBHQ to the Ledendary Scando Quartet. It is with great pleasure that we can now announce that this seminal (to some) WLWE ( Week Long Web Event ) will begin pretty soon.
ABBA – the original yabba zabba
ABBA – In the industry, the result of their inventive approach to the very sound of recorded music became a technique known simply as “Perfect Production.”
ABBA – Is it true they own Sweden? Find out during our WLWE!!!
“I’m the only person here I’ve never heard of.”
Please bury me there.
Viva Suzzane Charny! Best frug ever, Best Ponytail Work in modern history.
And yes, blue hosiery. Liza’s mom was famous for her rendition of “Bluebird.” At the time of this TV special Liza herself was very carefully becoming her “own self ” – the legend we know today. Props to Mom. NOW CLICK FULL SCREEN
I am almost afraid to reveal him. In the name of the lost genre of SLEAZE I present to you: DJ “Leatherman Disco”