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Final Deadline in 2 days: Tour Your Work

Don’t Leave Your Work In The Dark, Join Today FINAL DEADLINE: October 31, 2017 11:59pm EST We invite you to a part of the Contemporary Performance Almanac 2018, a crowd-funded and open-source overview of contemporary performance created or presented during the 2016/2017 season available for touring now. This is the 5th year and 5th volume of the Almanac. The book will be published in 2018 and mailed to international presenters who are looking to invite touring work. So often presenters do not have access to the work of artists that are outside the touring circuit. Contemporary Performance sees a need to give access to both artists and presenters to find each other and start new working relationships. The book will be a perfect bound 10″ x 7″ paperback book with each artis...

#WTSTW: Robert Lepage @bam_brooklyn, Young Jean Lee @cakeshopnyc, Rude Mechs @dancetworkshop

#WTSTW = What To See This Weekend The Nightingale and Other Short Fables BAM Howard Gilman Opera House Mar 1, 3 & 4, 2011 at 7:30pm Mar 6, 2011 at 3pm US Premiere Presented by the Canadian Opera Company and BAM By Igor Stravinsky Conducted by Johannes Debus Directed by Robert Lepage A theatrical alchemist who combines music, movement, and song into invariably mesmerizing productions, Robert Lepage (Lipsynch, 2009 Next Wave; the Metropolitan Opera’s new Ring cycle) returns to BAM with The Nightingale and Other Short Fables, a brilliant assemblage of works by Stravinsky (Ragtime, Pribaoutki, The Fox, and others) bound together by an inspired mix of pan-Asian puppetry, opera, acrobatics—and 20,000 gallons of water. The centerpiece of this work is Stravinsky’s ingenious take on Hans Christ...

#WTSTW: Cosmography @TheKitchen, Verdensteatret @dancetworkshop, Vieux Carré @thewoostergroup NYC

WHAT TO SEE THE WEEKEND IN NYC #WTSTW Briggan Krauss with Raha Raissnia: Cosmography The Kitchen February 25–February 26, 2011 @ 8pm Tickets/Info–> This latest audio-visual project between long-time collaborators saxophonist, composer, and sound artist Briggan Krauss and abstract painter and film artist Raha Raissnia features all new music for Krauss’ stellar trio H-alpha (Ikue Mori on laptop, Jim Black on drums, and Krauss) plus an additional five-member ensemble conducted by Skuli Sverrisson. Best known as a member of the legendary group Sexmob, Krauss explores otherworldly sounds and sonic textures with composed passages as well as structured improvisation in this new work, and Raissnia creates an evocative vocabulary of shifting light forms through a new live cinema perf...

What To See This Weekend (#WTSTW): What To See This Weekend in NYC

Heaven On Earth By Witness Relocation At Lamama February 17 – February 27, 2011 Thursday – Saturday at 7:30pm Sunday at 2:30pm In “Heaven on Earth,” a new play by Chuck Mee, Witness Relocation will apply its unique, pop-culture dance/theater style to a show about civilization’s chances of post-apocalyptic happiness. The show is a co-production with French company ildi! eldi, recently seen in New York performing their piece “Vice-Versa” in the Under The Radar Festival Witness Relocation combine dance and theater with the energy of a rock show, exploding contemporary culture into intensely physical, outrageous, poetic, and sometimes brutal performances. Charles L. Mee is an Obie-winning playwright who is recently best known for his work with SITI Company, for which he wrote “Orestes,” “bobra...