Original Air Date: 7/28/2010Bitches Brew Revisited: Jazz? Rock? Even Miles Davis couldn’t categorize his own groundbreaking 1970 album, “Bitches Brew.” We bring you into rehearsal as, 40 years on, trumpeter Graham Haynes and an all-star ensemble (incl. Brooklynites Melvin Gibbs, Marco Benevento & Cindy Blackman) prepare to recreate it live at Celebrate Brooklyn. Wall Painting: Painter Julie Torres takes her paints and a whole bunch of paper to Williamsburg, where we watch her experimenting on the street. A Clown’s Art: Behind the scenes with a real clown this time (not singing arias), as he prepares to enter the Ringling Bros. ring. From training to makeup to life on the road, what does it take to keep the crowd laughing while they get the elephants ready? Hyperrealism in Stone: Don’t break a tooth trying to eat one of sculptor Robin Antar’s M&M’s…they’re made of marble (now you know what “M&M” stands for!). The Midwood artist’s work shifts from can-you-believe-that’s-not-real? to pieces both abstract and highly personal. Casting Pagliacci: Before Leoncavallo’s opera (passion among clowns!) can open in Coney Island this September – in a real circus tent and updated so the young lover is the pizza twirler from Totonno’s – producer Daria Parada has to run auditions to find her lead singers. Bravo! From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act. ;http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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