Being Nimble in So. JerseyAug 1, 2011
A special screening of Being Nimble, a new documentary by Bill Forchion will be held Sunday September 25, 2011, 3:30 pm at the Martin Luther King Center in Newtonville, NJ. The screening will also include the short film “Angst” and a Question & Answer session, light refreshments will be served. The showing is being sponsored by the African American Museum and The Seniors of Newtonville. The Martin Luther King Center is located at 661 Jackson Rd. Newtonville, NJ. For more information contact the center at 609-704-5495.
Business plan competition finalist.Jul 26, 2011
Dreamcatcher Entertainment was selected as one of five finalist in the Brattleboro Development Credit Corps. 2011 Business Plan Competition.
“Breathe” @ NECCAMay 12, 2010
Breathe: A circus showcase
fri 7:30 pm, sat. 3 pm & 7:30 pm, sun. 3 pm
So amazing it will take your breath away. Graduation performances by members of the 2010 Professional Training Program at the New England Center for Circus Arts.
Tix $12 adult, $8 kids, under 2 free
for reservations call (802) 254-9780
or purchase tickets online at: www.necenterforcircusarts.org
Nimble Arts releases Instructional DVDMay 12, 2010
Elsie and Serenity Smith have released the long awaited “Aerial Fabric Beginner Level 1? instructional DVD. The DVD guides students through beginner aerial fabric skills with the technique and dedication to detail that Elsie and Serenity bring to every one of there private lessons. The DVD was produced in a partnership with Bill Forchion of Dreamcatcher entertainment /WDP Films. The DVD is available athttp://kunaki.com/Sales.asp?PID=PX00Z0E48X
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“Being Nimble” goes under the knifeJan 8, 2010
The new years has me back in the editors chair. “Being nimble” the documentary that Carl Allen and I have been working on since September of 2008 is now in the post production phase. The long arduous process of capturing and logging has begun. I hope to have a rough assembly of the pfootage by June 2010.
the Flying Nut at NECCANov 18, 2009
Friday December 18, 7:30pm
Saturday December 19, 3 & 7:30pm
$12; $8/12 and under
Online ticket presale until Dec 17
What happens to Tchaikovsky’s tale when Clara, the Prince, the Mouse King and the Sugarplum Fairy can fly? A whole new kind of magic.
Performed by NECCA’s advanced students and professional performers, and using alternative versions of the classic musical pieces, The Flying Nut delights and invigorates an old favorite.
fly • ing
\fl?’?ng\ —noun 1: the act of moving through the air on wings; flight.
(n?t) —noun 1 a: an indehiscent, hard-shelled, one-loculated, one-seeded fruit, such as an acorn or hazelnut. b: a seed borne within a fruit having a hard shell, as in the peanut, almond, or walnut. 2 a: slang a crazy or eccentric person. b: an enthusiast; a buff