1. Garret Fischer’s theater production Kocho opens this weekend at Galapagos in Brooklyn and the New Yorker has some nice things to say about it: 
Garrett Fisher, a young composer who blends medieval and post-minimalist styles with the influences of ancient Greek and Japanese theatre, has been working quietly with his colleagues in Seattle for well over a decade to produce distinctive works that combine music, drama, and dance. Their latest New York production is an “installation opera” based on the Noh play of the same name, offered for one night only at Galapagos, in Brooklyn.
 Kocho will play Friday September 23rd at the Galapagos Art Space, located at 16 Main St., at Water St., Brooklyn, New York. 

    Garret Fischer’s theater production Kocho opens this weekend at Galapagos in Brooklyn and the New Yorker has some nice things to say about it: 

    Garrett Fisher, a young composer who blends medieval and post-minimalist styles with the influences of ancient Greek and Japanese theatre, has been working quietly with his colleagues in Seattle for well over a decade to produce distinctive works that combine music, drama, and dance. Their latest New York production is an “installation opera” based on the Noh play of the same name, offered for one night only at Galapagos, in Brooklyn.

    Kocho will play Friday September 23rd at the Galapagos Art Space, located at 16 Main St., at Water St., Brooklyn, New York. 

  2. The Greatest Reward of Our Time hath arrived: The Small New Yorker, the premiere periodical of urbane arthropods. I gave Jonathan Langager $10 toward his Josephine and the Roach project, and he gave me this tiny magazine, which includes poetry, illustrations, and articles written exclusively for cockroaches. I accept this deal wholeheartedly. Note: animal crackers included mostly for scale but also for bragging. Envy this breakfast!