Paramount Plaza is another one of those bonus-plazas like Liberty Plaza, a public/private space required to be open to the public 24/7. Occupy Broadway is a 24 hour occupation from 6PM Dec. 2 to 6PM Dec. 3. Enjoy the show with Ben Shepard of Time’s Up, Reverend Billy, the Rude Mechanical Orchestra and a cast of thousands. No one can tell the difference between spectators and participants.
Getting made up at Kennedy’s Public House on West 57th Street. (more…)
On Park(ing) Day, an event that happens once a year, people take the place of cars and do artistic camp outs in parking spaces. I went from the southernmost parking place on Great Jones Street and traveled uptown hitting as many spots as I could. I ended up at the Democracy Now space at Sixth Avenue below 23rd Street.
No Zombie Love at the W Hotel.
The Zombies invade Grand Central and do the Chiller Dance.
The Zombies hit Times Square, Sephora and Halloween Adventure.
I’m hoping Saturday, Zombiecon day, will be cool and clear, and that the stores we invade are not too warm. This costume is really made for outdoor use in the Halloween Parade. Indoors, I’ll definitely be sweating. The illusion should be fairly effective in daylight, but up close inspection will likely reveal the puppetry tricks. The jaw and arms are operated by my hands under the cover of the robe.
But the forecast is for rain on Saturday, I might fall back to just make-up for Zombiecon, and save the puppetry for the parade.