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Brian Feldman and his father sustain a 24 hour embrace on Father’s Day, inside the boxing ring at Orange Ave Gym.
Spectators are welcome to enter the ring and embrace a loved one after the 12th hour.
“24 Hour Embrace (after Young Sun Han)” marks the first time that Young Sun Han has granted permission to re-perform this piece, as well as the first time that Brian Feldman has re-performed another artist’s work.
On the first opening night of professional basketball at Amway Center (originally known as the Orlando Events Center), award-winning logophile Brian Feldman will read the new NBA rule book to fans, outside, across from the Orlando Magic Team Shop presented by adidas, in the manner of a street preacher.
If you’re gonna argue with the refs this season, you gotta know the rules.
This project is not sanctioned, endorsed or sponsored by the National Basketball Association, NBA Media Ventures, LLC, Orlando Magic, Amway Corp., or the City of Orlando.
“Are you ready for some theater?!”
Get psyched for the Central Florida premiere of Patrick Barlow’s Tony® Award-winning play The 39 Steps by participating in a game-changing theater tailgate, in the parking lot prior to the 2pm matinee performance at Orlando Shakespeare Theater.
1. flash mob
A group of people who appear from out of nowhere, to perfom predetermined actions, designed to amuse and confuse surrounding people. The group performs these actions for a short amount of time before quickly dispersing. Flash mobs are often organised through email and/or newsgroup postings.
I'm sure many of you have seen one form or another of it on youtube perhaps, sometimes in musical form. Here's your chance to partake in one!
The Arts is planning to do a flashmob in the form of a freeze. We are attempting to gather as many people as we can to freeze in the Union for five minutes.
Please get as many friends as you can to participate as well. It's strength in numbers. The more effective and humorous it will be.
Who: Brian Feldman Projects (txt, Barefoot in the Park, Brian Feldman Eats Everything Off The Menu At Loving Hut)
What: What’s Next? - On the eve of his sixth year as a performance artist, Brian Feldman ponders the number one question he gets asked: “What’s Next?”