Mister Rogers is possibly the most charming name that a venue can have. Did you know that the majority of Mister Rogers’ sweaters were made by his mother? What a genuine guy.
So, back to the show on Saturday (April 5th) – it’s going to be a pretty (very) good one, with talented acts such as Nat Osborn Band, Kenya Hall Band, Aabaraki and Victory Gardens with Marianne Rendon.
Those links are clickable and the musicians behind the screen are really talented and waiting for you.
The show starts at 8 and will basically cost less than $1 an hour if you show up before 9:00, which is really wonderful, because there’s even more acts on top of all of that really jammin’ music (you’d know if you listened to it). Plus, for the folks who know that accumulating cultural capital is cool, there will be 5 excellent dance acts. Five.
We’ve got Megan Bascom and Dancers (“unmistakable quirkiness. It’s unpredictable, yet highly disciplined”), Emma Schain, Linnea Snyderman, Loudhound Movement Collective (“a collective designed to enhance and promote artistic integrity through investigative movement research, idea exchange, and public performance”) as well as Christina Noel and the Creature (“envelopes viewers visually and aurally in multi-textured environments derived from human connections and encounters”).
+ visual art is covered and curated by Meirav Gebler.
Saturday, April 5th 2014
Misters Rogers @ 231 Rogers Ave (Crown Heights)
Doors at 7:30, starts at 8
$5 before 9, $10 after 9