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Standing on stage, his back to the audience while contemplating Andy Warhol’s 10 silk-screen prints of 20th-century Jews, Josh Kornbluth says, “I don’t get it.” And thus begins his humorous and penetrating take on the ten cultural luminaries depicted on the pop artist’s controversial 1980 series, including Albert Einstein, George Gershwin, Golda Meir, the Marx Brothers and Gertrude Stein. As always, be prepared for Kornbluth’s rigorous and irreverent mix of autobiography, music, philosophy and improvisation.

 

Introducing
P.E.A.K.
Provocative Entertainment At Kravis

Made possible by a grant from the MLDaury Arts Initative in honor of
Leonard and Sophie Davis

P.E.A.K. is a new series of cutting-edge presentations featuring some of the most unique, daring and thought-provoking artists from around the world. The goal of the extremely affordable series, which focuses on ethnic diversity and contemporary themes, is to elevate the creation and understanding of artistic expression - with an emphasis on performers drawn from diverse cultural backgrounds and communities.

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P.E.A.K.
Provocative Entertainment At Kravis
Josh Kornbluth’s Take on
Andy Warhol
(If you liked Spalding Gray, you’ll love Kornbluth)
 
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Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse

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