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Join cyber security experts and government officials on Sept. 20, 2012 to discuss cyber vulnerability and how individuals and organizations can protect themselves against cyber attacks. Featuring guest speaker Neal Ziring of Information Assurance Directorate, National Security Agency, the conference will provide a forum for dozens of professionals from the banking, finance, media, legal, medical, and technology sectors in the tri-state area to offer their expertise and advice on the growing problem.
Stop Kiss is a play that asks the difficult questions about self-identity, imposed identity, falling in love, and the hazards and joy of living in New York City - indeed, simply of living. Who can predict what will happen the moment after a first kiss? Those tender, uncertain seconds can reveal worlds about the heart you’ve just touched. But they can also reveal the secret heart of the world around you -an unnerving notion at the core of Diana Son’s gentle, drama.
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The TEAK Fellowship is pleased to announce its 2nd Annual Lucky Strike Bowling Bash on Thursday, September 20th at Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge in Manhattan. The evening will include bowling, billiards, games of chance, a DJ, and great food & cocktails. TEAK will honor Goldman Sachs Gives, Harry Packman, and Frank Famiglietti.
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), the world-renowned theater company Elevator Repair Service makes its Brooklyn debut with its newest work, “Shuffle.” In partnership with the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) and the Brooklyn Book Fair.
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), the Irondale Ensemble performs “Caesar Rendered.” With a company of 8 actors, the ensemble both strictly adheres to Shakespeare's text and then shifts into its own, radical style of storytelling. The result is a fast and pointed view into Shakespeare's classic.
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), world-renowned tap dancer Marshall L. Davis Jr. performs “Marshall Davis Jr. & Friends.” Davis, a Crown Heights-based hoofer who regularly performs with Savion Glover, makes profound music in the tradition of tap. Flanked by special guests in his unique choreography, Davis will bring his extraordinary, organic musicality to Brooklyn.
As part of the BEAT Festival (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater), esteemed writer and performer Radha Blank performs “HappyFlowerNail,” a one-woman play about a Korean-owned nail salon in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. As she seemlessly transitions from character to character, Radha challenges us to experience the multitudes of Brooklyn through this searing portrait of the borough. Tony-nominated actor and playwright Colman Domingo will direct.