Tag Archives: Biotic Baking Brigade
A Good Day 2 Pie now on Video at Youtube!. This is a play about mud, dirt, seeds, pie and Monsanto–the true story of an anarchist ‘pie attack’ on the CEO of Monsanto to protest frankenfood and bio-piracy.
Sunday! Kathleen performed at Brooklyn Arts Exchange on Sunday for the camera! We have proof. For those of you who haven’t been following this thread, I have this funny little play called A GOOD DAY 2 PIE. I first wrote it back in the 1990’s when an anarchist from the Biotic Baking Brigade staged a […]
Why: Because Kathleen Stansell is leaving the country for a while Who: YOU! Dear friends and fans of Dan Kinch and Kathleen Where: Brooklyn Arts Exchange, 421 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, Studio D When: Sunday July 14th, Promptly at 5:30pm, Doors Open at 5pm A note from Kathleen Hello friends! I’m very excited to be inviting all my favorite New York […]
Last night, Kathleen (with the help of Charles Eli Carr and Phil Rosenberg) performed my play A GOOD DAY 2 PIE on WBCR’s Sex and Politics radio show. It has already been put on podcast here! A GOOD DAY 2 PIE is a play about dirt, bugs, seeds, and Monsanto. we tour. We wanna help. […]
Reviews of our performances at the Brooklyn Peace Fair earlier this year. We performed the plays A CLOWN, A HAMMER, A BOMB, AND GOD and A GOOD DAY 2 PIE. An excerpt (SPOILER ALERT): …playwright and performer Dan Kinch performing his one-person piece, “A Clown, a Hammer, a Bomb and God,” part of his Occupy the Empire tour. […]
Agent Strawberry of the Biotic Baking Brigade. I am swift. I am Deadly. To the evil conspirators at war with the natural living forces on this planet, I am —Their worst niqhtmare! With my special tuber tazer and my invincible Tart Classique, I am unstoppable. I will stop the forces of ANTI-Nature in their Gucci-footprinted […]
Overview: The Occupy The Empire Tour is an outgrowth of Move for Change and the Brooklyn Culture Jammers committee, a group of artists creating work in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Through this movement, artists are creating theatre, music and spoken word productions that can be toured to protest sites and community events. […]