Tag Archives: monsanto

“I am Agent Strawberry of the Biotic Baking Brigade…”

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 […]

Project overview: Occupy The Empire Tour

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. […]

A Good Day 2 Pie (a play about dirt, bugs, and Monsanto)

Remember the 90’s? We were all so much more happy-go-lucky back then with the economy NOT MELTING DOWN and such. Only the biggest foreign policy wonks had heard of Al Qaeda, and that was because of the war in Kosovo. But there were interesting protest politics going on even then. It was during the late […]

Big Weekend for the Empire Play

So… it looks like I’m performing my play HOW TO STOP THE EMPIRE WHILE KEEPING YOUR DAY JOB at least three times in the coming weekend. Once will be on radio this Thursday, through Sex and Politics on WBCR. Phil Rosenberg and I will also be talking about my other work, including my play about […]

Welcome to the Empire

This is a blog about a cultural response to living in the US empire. Last Fall, I threw in my lot with artists and performers who’d formed a small group in Brooklyn in support of Occupy Wall Street. Our group got named the Brooklyn Culture Jammers, and because there was a pre-existing group called Move […]