Throat Culture is currently standing very close together in rehearsals and rubbing their wings at lightening speed trying to stay warm, but also creating vibrations and listening to what emerges. Keep checking back from time to time for their more public eruptions. Meantime check out Johnny B's Guitar House Workshop at 1423 Chambers Road, where you might see, (feel?) hear TCmaking noise on Saturday mornings.
4TH OF JULY GALLERY HOP -- FREE ** FREE ** FREE FRIDAY EVENING -- in the Short North 7:30 P.M. (weather permitting) till just shy of 9:00 Baker's Acres -- 940 North High Street (where Urban Gardner used to be)
If you haven't had enough of downtown after Friday's BOOM!, come join us on the Street for a 4th of July Gallery Hop. Weather permitting we will be busking (with sound), and performing as much of our stuff as we can remember. Bring the kids. Stand or Sit up close -- in the spit zone -- and help us celebrate the biggest annual birthday. We'll be done by just before 9:00 -- plenty of time to catch the suburban fireworks shows all around the city.
FRIDAY JUNE 5, 2009 -- 3 FOR 1 --BRADLEY SOWASH; THROAT CULTURE; D3 The Columbus Center for the Performing Arts 549 East Franklin Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43215 7:30 P.M. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the Ohio Theatre Ticket Office (39 E. State St.) or by phone at (614) 469-0939. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on the night of the show with cash or check only.
A very special evening with 3 great Columbus entertainments -- Throat Culture following highly acclaimed Jazz Pianist Bradley Sowash and the talents of D3, a triple threat troupe of talented kids who've been honing their singing, dancing and acting craft at the Davis the past 10 months. You may remember that the Davis was slated to close by virtue of city funding cuts. But it was too cool and important a venue to go dark; home to the likes of Six Strings Concerts, Available Light Theater Co., Summer Youth Theater Camps and a host of other central Ohio performing arts groups and organizations. So, with the City's blessing Phoenix Theater for Children has stepped up to manage the facility. Of course the facility still needs as much funding as it can raise to keep the great youth arts programs going there. Throat Culture and Bradley Sowash are joining forces with D3 and giving it up for the DAVIS. Make a day of it. Come down to the Arts Festival in the Discovery district again this year, grab a bite from a vendor and take a seat with the other plants in the topiary garden, and then cool down at the DAVIS to catch the music and witness the kind of youth performance art programming which is making Columbus such a great place to live.
Ticket Info: Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the Ohio Theatre Ticket Office (39 E. State St.) or by phone at (614) 469-0939. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on the night of the show with cash or check only.