Can’t get enough of acclaimed director David Lynch’s work? You should attend PhilaMOCA’s annual ERASERHOOD FOREVER celebration of all things David Lynch. Yes, it’s a thing. Yes, it’s awesome.
And what better way to celebrate than with the one, the only Laurel “Lady in the Radiator” Near from ERASERHEAD?The Lady will perform the classic and often-covered song “In Heaven” from the movie, backed by Philly’s own Divine Hand Ensemble. No lip-syncing like in the film – she will actually sing it, and that’s way more fun! Continue reading →
For the second year running, PhilaMOCA celebrates the bizzare, disturbing and mind-bending world of David Lynch and the Philadelphia neighborhood that inspired him with their Eraserhood Forever (and Ever) variety show on July 12th. There will be musical performances by Pittsburgh’s Silencio (who explore the dreamy, orchestral worlds of Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti) and local party band Weird Hot in addition to a topical burlesque show, art show and the premiere of PhilaMOCA’s Eraserhood Forever – a short film that delves into the evolution of the Callowhill neighborhood. Tickets and information for the all-ages event can be found on the Facebook event page here. Take a look back at last year’s celebration here and watch Silencio perform “Slow Sin Jazz” below.
On Friday night, North Philly gallery/showspace PhilaMOCA hosted an evening of art, music, and performance celebrating David Lynch. The event featured work from local artists, comedy acts from local troupes Secret Pants and Camp Woods, a Lynch-themed burlesque act, and musical performances from locals Full Blown Cherry, and Void Vision. Take a look at pictures from the evening above.