Tag Archives: Carl Kabat

2013: a to-do list

  Okay, I’m a few days late. Thought it would be an easier holiday, but the Christmas/New Year’s holidays left my life like a wino, staggering out and making me appreciate the silence. At least for me. Here’s the list. Participate in the polar bear swim. Did that a few years ago. It’s not how […]

We interrupt this blog… REVIEWS ARE IN!

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. […]

The Transform Now Plowshares

Quoted from The Nuclear Resister, a journal that’s been tracking civil disobedience against nuclear weapons since 1980: Before dawn on July 28, 2012, Michael R. Walli (63), Megan Rice shcj (82), and Greg Boertje-Obed (57) carried out a disarmament action at the Oak Ridge Y-12 nuclear facility.  Calling themselves Transform Now Plowshares, they hammered on […]

Biographies: MoveForChange and the Brooklyn Culture Jammers

Do you want to know who we are?(updated 4/10/2018) Daniel Kinch is a playwright, actor, teacher, and historian of activist movements. His play A CLOWN, A HAMMER, A BOMB, AND GOD premiered at the first New York International Fringe Festival in 1997 and was performed over 200 times in the United States and Europe. A […]