OCTOBER 26 THURSDAY @ 8PM. PARALLEL WORLDS – Performance by Tobi Mohring & Michael Philips.
see previous 10/8 posting for more info

7pm Garden Open – Visit the Hall of Mirrors
Ongoing Screening of Garden Crawl by Robert Ladislas Derr – an all-terrain portrait of Petit Versailles created this summer.

8pm Screening – LPVTV Episode #13
featuring it/EQ’s “The Emperors Premiere”, Kalup Linzy “Diva In Distress”, Gender FluXXXors Uncoded trans!atlantic dialogue,
Seraphim B Penumbra at the Marquis and Peter Cramer & Jack Waters in “War Is Ovah, If You Want It Or Give Peace A Break!
(LPVTV is our weekly cable show on MNN Channel 56 – Sundays @ 11pm)

9pm Performances
?Joseph Keckler – Joseph Keckler is a hammy depressive, multi-media visual and performance artist, essayist, playwright, actor, divo and chanteur– the “beautiful androgyne who sings the blues” (The Guardian). His work has been produced at HERE Arts Center, Joe’s Pub (Public Theater), The 11th Annual Performance Studies International Conference at Brown University, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and on numerous occasions at Galapagos Art Space and Dixon Place Theater. Joseph can regularly be seen performing in a variety of NYC nightspots and singing principal bass-baritone roles at the Amato Opera Theater.

?Edgar Oliver – Playwright, author, actor. Edgar’s own plays have been staged in many downtown theatres in New York. His novel, The Man Who Loved Plants, published by Panther Books, is available in bookstores or online at
He will soon be appearing in two independent feature films, That’s Beautiful Frank and the Axis Company production Henry May Long.

“Edgar Oliver is an enchanted navigator of longing, loss and memory. We follow his path, strung with jewel-like language, to his strange, compelling and unique vision. Enter his oasis of beauty, where we encounter the most sublime essence of art and humanity.” – Penny Arcade, writer and international performance star

ON VIEW in the garden – T(re:)e of L(if)e – A Gift to Aten by John Pavlou. A Site specific Installation @ 2nd Street Entrance.
Also PARALLEL WORLDS by Tobi Möhring & Michael Philips.
LOOK for DAY of the DEADLY..R:ass/erection!.
November 1 @ 11pm until u rise up again!
Installation & performances by Petit Versailles & Inbred Hybrid Collective.
@ SLURP/COCK! 29 Second Avenue

Events are made possible by Allied Productions,Inc.,
Gardeners & Friends of LPV,Citizens for NYC, GreenThumb/ NYC Dept. of Parks, Materials for the Arts; NYC ,Dept. of Cultural Affairs,NYC Dept. of Sanitation & NYC Board of Education. and Manhattan Neighborhood Network. LPV Programs are made possible with public funds the New York State Council on the Arts, a State agency

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