Emerging

Emerging: Faye Driscoll – There is so much mad in me (NYC)

Faye Driscoll There is so much mad in me (NYC) Mar 31 – Apr 3 at 7:30pm Dance Theater Workshop Pre-Show Coffee and Conversation: Mar 31 at 6:30pm Post-Show Talk Apr 2 There is so much mad in me investigates the physical and theatrical narratives that drive our misplaced need to be seen. Driscoll, with her company of dancers, ask who we are and how we connect in this time of over stimulation and look at me distraction. Working from images seen in the media of people in extreme states, from torture to religious rapture, There is so much mad in me examines the similarities between polar extremes. What are the fine lines between the abject and the sublime, voyeurism and empathy, entertainment and reality? From creating facades to seeking the divine to committing violent acts and falling in lov...

Emerging: Faye Driscoll (APAP Showing -NYC)

APAP: Faye Driscoll There is so much mad in me Jan 8 at 3pm FREE Reservations are encouraged. In a time of distraction, voyeurism and over stimulation, how do we experience authentic connection? Faye Driscoll investigates the physical and theatrical narratives that drive our misplaced need to be seen. From creating facades to seeking the divine to committing violent acts and falling in love, There is so much mad in me looks into the ways we fail, succeed, and get lost in the chase for true connection.

Emerging: Latitude 14 (NYC)

Latitude 14 provides a framework for the artist-driven projects of its affiliates. These include its founders: Christina Campanella (composer/performer), Mallory Catlett (director & dramaturg), Stephanie Fleischmann (writer), and Peter Norrman (video artist & filmmaker), who began working together in 2005, and were quickly joined by Chris Lee (singer & writer), Jesse Hawley (performer), Mirit Tal (media designer), Miranda Hardy (lighting designer), Matt Verta-Ray (musician/visual artist), Jeremy Wilson (audio engineer & sound designer), and collaborating artists Sam Baker (multiinstrumentalist), Jim Findlay (set designer), Erich Schoen-Rene (cellist), and Maedhbh Mc Cullagh (producer). [singlepic id=269 w=650 h= float=center] History Red Fly/Blue Bottle is Latitude 14’s sec...

Emerging: Implied Violence (Seattle, Washington)

(from the artists’ website) Implied Violence makes plays that are not plays. We make theatre that may or may not be theatre. We generate pieces that are rooted in an internal logic and rigid structure that audiences may or may not understand. However, our work does not beg to be understood. We don’t care to be understood, to understand is to lie. [singlepic id=268 w= h= float=center] Implied Violence is an intimate, intelligent, connected group of emerging artists who create work with and for one another. We are mercurial youngsters with style and wit. We keep secrets and speak in code. [singlepic id=266 w= h= float=center] Works: No Friends, Only Enemies Strike Through – Dateless Oblivion and Divine Repose Our Summary In Sequence: Eat, Fight, Fuck Our Summary In Sequence...

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