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Boneyards: The Wienering

by on Jul.08, 2014, under NYC, The Sixth Boro, Theatre

There’s a little taphophile in all of us


After a highly successful world premiere in the 2013 Philly Fringe in September and an extended post-Fringe run in the fall, Jeffrey Stanley is back with Boneyards: The Wienering is back this summer 2014 and features a special guest appearance by acclaimed New York-based performance artist Michael Wiener.

Very limited seating
$10 tickets here

Shivtei Yeshyuron-Ezras Israel Synagogue
(doors open 45 minutes early to allow the audience time to wander the 3 floors of this 119-year-old storefront synagogue before descending to the cellar)
2015 S. 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA
2 blocks north of Snyder Avenue


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7/8/14 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

P hiladelphia, PA – The ongoing seance-as-theatre experiment continues.  After a highly successful run in the 2013 Philly Fringe and a post-Fringe extended run last fall, Jeffrey Stanley’s BONEYARDS is back from the dead to rock your underworld for 2 performances in late July. Come in from the heat and peacefully rest in a cool, dark, coal cellar.  Same autobiographical, spooky show, same mouldering location, same real ghosts, but now featuring a visit from New York’s quirkiest experimental performance artist Michael Wiener who will be sharing the crypt with the show’s creator Jeffrey Stanley.

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Yiga Choeling Buddhist Monastery

by on Feb.23, 2013, under On the Road, Shaheb Cafe

[10/31/13 – Supernatural Skeptics Don’t Know What They’re Missing.  “I try contacting the spirit world before live audiences to keep an element of hope simmering on the back burner of my mind.” - read Jeffrey Stanley’s latest in the Washington Post]

 

Built in 1850.  Also called Ghum or Ghoom Monastery in the town of Ghum just outside of Darjeeling in northern India.   Dig the wrathful deities.  Photos taken January 2013.

Built 1875. Also called Ghum or Ghoom Monastery in the town of Ghum. Himalayan foothills just outside of Darjeeling in northern India. January 2013.
Cheepu
Cheepu
That's Cheepu guarding the gate. Cheepu eats snakes and is one of the Tibetan Buddhist "wrathful deities."
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Ghum Monastery
Ghum Monastery
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Giant prayer wheel about 8 feet tall.
Giant prayer wheel about 8 feet tall.
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Another giant prayer wheel about 8 feet tall.
Another giant prayer wheel about 8 feet tall.
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Maitraya Buddha (the Coming Buddha) in the main temple.
Maitraya Buddha (the Coming Buddha) in the main temple.
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Awesome wallpaper, eh?
Awesome wallpaper, eh?
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Maitraya Buddha up close.
Maitraya Buddha up close.
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Amazing.
Amazing.
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Tibetan "wrathful deity" Mahakala; the Buddhist version of Hindu god Shiva.
Tibetan "wrathful deity" Mahakala; the Buddhist version of Hindu god Shiva.
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Green Tara, a female version of the Buddha.
Green Tara, a female version of the Buddha.
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Cheepu eating snakes again.
Cheepu eating snakes again.
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Another of the Tibetan wrathful deities.
Another of the Tibetan wrathful deities.
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Yet another of the wrathful deities.
Yet another of the wrathful deities.
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IMG_1027.JPG
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Prayer wheels.
Prayer wheels.
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Mahakala again.
Mahakala again.
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That's no painting. That's Mount Kachenjunga, the 3rd highest peak in the world after nearby Mt. Everest and K2 in the same range.
That's no painting. That's Mount Kachenjunga, the 3rd highest peak in the world after nearby Mt. Everest and K2 in the same range.
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