Culture Lust by Angela Carone
Monday, August 11, 2008
Another episode of the 4x4 Performance Series takes place Tuesday night at Bluefoot Bar and Lounge in South Park. The series is simple but inspired. Artists of all kinds have ten minutes on a 4 foot by 4 foot stage to perform an original work. I've seen dancers creatively maximize every inch of that tiny stage, but actors, musicians, poets and writers are all invited to work within its limits. Tomorrow night's performance has a gender bent: it's all about the ladies!
San Diego writer and columnist Aaryn Belfer
A mix of female artists -- dancers, a performance artist, and a singer-songwriter -- will perform for what is sure to be a packed crowd. Also slated to saunter her way onto 4x4 is local writer and columnist for San Diego City Beat , Aaryn Belfer. Full disclosure: Aaryn is a good friend. But even if she wasn't my friend, I'd recommend that you go see her read. She's fearless and funny and she's going to recount for the crowd one of those experiences that rarely emerges in mixed company. Frankly, even in a gathering of the fairer sex, a story like this usually requires a liberal cocktail injection. Not so for Aaryn, though I highly recommend it for the rest of you. You'll laugh and wince and laugh some more. See you there at 8pm.
Cheri @ Blog This Mom!
from San Diego
August 12, 2008 at 05:24 PM
Aaryn is my hero.
August 12, 2008 at 08:41 PM
I am a huge fan of Aaryn's blog, so I'm disappointed that I can't make her performance. Sounds like it will be great fun!