Sat, 4-30 Catherine Cabeen & Co. is sold out Apr 30, 2011

by Charles Smith

The Saturday performance of Catherine Cabeen and Co.'s Into the Void is SOLD OUT.

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Into the Void reviews Apr 29, 2011

by Jessica

Here's what's been written about Into the Void so far:

"Seattle dancer-choreographer Catherine Cabeen explores a dreamlike Void" - Seattle Times

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When art speaks well about art Apr 29, 2011

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by Josef Vascovitz

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Conversation with the Divine Apr 29, 2011

by Eric Pitsenbarger

There was a narrative, it emerged in certain passages: with boy meets girl, is confronted by a rival, fights and looses but is nevertheless the winner anyway; but the bigger story of freedom, of beautiful, unrestrained euphoric freedom that in it's-self, reaches to an epiphany of spiritual awakening and expression became the flying carpet ride I took.

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Carried Along by the Joie de Vive Apr 28, 2011

by Shango

Tonight’s opening of Catherine Cabeen’s Into the Void is her first opportunity to showcase her own ideas in an evening length performance.  Don’t assume though that what you will see is a freshman effort.  Her resume is long and varied and some would say crowned with her time with Martha Graham Dance Company.  She is very much a multi-disciplinary produc

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Ticket sales temporarily down Apr 28, 2011

by Jessica

UPDATE: Online sales are back!

We're experiencing some technical difficulties and our ticket sales are temporarily down. We're working to get them back up and believe that they'll be going again in the morning.

If you're looking for tickets to tonight's performance of Into the Void, come on down to OtB! Tickets will be available at the door.

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Add a little more Catherine Cabeen to your weekend Apr 28, 2011

by Jessica

Catherine Cabeen has been busy in the months leading up to this weekend’s world premiere of Into the Void and has a smaller piece happening across town in The Variety Show.

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Watch Low Lives 3 at OtB this Friday afternoon Apr 27, 2011

by Jessica

This Friday we'll be opening up the lobby and bar at OtB at 5pm to screen Low Lives 3.

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Seattle Times previews Into the Void Apr 27, 2011

by Jessica

Michael Upchurch at the Seattle Times recently sat down with Catherine Cabeen to talk about Into the Void.

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Beginner's Guide to Catherine Cabeen Apr 22, 2011

by Jessica

1. Catherine Cabeen danced with legendary choreographer Bill T Jones from 1998-2005. Jones, who was one of the recipients of the 2010 Kennedy Center Honors (alongside Oprah and Paul McCartney), trained Catherine to dance the roles that he had originally created for himself.

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Reviews of L'Effet de Serge Apr 16, 2011

by Jessica

Press reviews are starting to roll in. Watch this post for more updates throughout the weekend!

"Vivarium Studio Proves Small is Beautiful…and Fun" - The SunBreak

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time is passing... time is passing... Apr 16, 2011

by Tania Kupczak

I try not to categorize artwork by nationality, but there is something, well, particularly french about L'Effet de Serge. Whether intentional or accidental, I felt an intellectual alignment with French philosophers such as de Certeau who examined the daily.

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Wonderful Oddity Apr 16, 2011

by Josh

The newest show at OTB's is titled L’Effet de Serge by Philippe Quesne, judging by the anecdote in the program, Seattle is very lucky to have had the opportunity to see the show dispute some tricky customs situations. The show is slow, strange and ultimately uneventful; in other words it's wonderful.

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OtB Board Member Jen Forland on being an extra in L'Effet de Serge Apr 15, 2011

by Tania Kupczak

I'm a lucky girl. I'm not an actress (though like most people, I have fantasies of being "discovered") and I haven't been behind the scenes on a theatrical production in years either. But I guess the powers-that-be thought I'd have the skills to eat pizza, drink wine and chat with beautiful french artists on stage. Um, sure, why not?

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Update on the Viviarium Studio visa cost campaign Apr 15, 2011

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by Ariel

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Vivarium Studio | Philippe Quesne Apr 15, 2011

by Tania Kupczak

Did you see L'Effet de Serge? Leave us a comment with your thoughts!

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The Drama of Nothing...and Everything! Apr 15, 2011

by Eric Pitsenbarger

This apartment looks very much like Serge himself. A child/man's playground. A long room of blank white walls, empty space on one side and in the other a ping pong table littered with various half constructed models, small TV and VCR, colored wire, bags of chips, cans of silly string.

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Donate now to our Visa Cost Emergency Campaign - and get your gift matched! Apr 14, 2011

by Jessica

On the Boards needs to raise over $5,000 to cover the costs of our unexpected struggle to obtain visas to bring Obie Award-winning French theater company Vivarium Studio to OtB.  As of this morning, we've raised $475 towards this goal.

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Beginner's Guide to Vivarium Studio Apr 12, 2011

by Jessica

We're prepping Serge's apartment on OtB's Mainstage Theater right now, so here's a little info on Vivarium Studio to help prep you for the performance this weekend:

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Reviews of L'Effet de Serge Apr 12, 2011

by Jessica

Here's what's been said about L'Effet de Serge in other cities so far:

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Master Class with Vivarium Studio @ On the Boards Apr 11, 2011

by Jessica

With director Philippe Quesne and performer Gaetan Vourc'h
Sat | Apr 16 | noon @ OtB

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Vivarium Studio and their visas Apr 11, 2011

by Sarah

This is what zombie visas look like - they were truly resurrected from the dead....

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Vivarium Studio: it's official Apr 6, 2011

by Jessica

We are thrilled to announce that Vivarium Studio received their official visas this morning and will be arriving in Seattle to perform next week! 

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PodFest applications are now available! Apr 6, 2011

by Tania Kupczak

PodFest is back in 2011. PodFest promotes and responds to new modes of creativity and performance throughout the Pacific Northwest by featuring six new digital performative works in dance, theater and music made through the lens of a camera or computer and viewed through the frame of a monitor.

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Visa watch 2011: Vivarium Studio Apr 5, 2011

by Jessica

One hour ago we received a miracle call: the visas for Vivarium Studio have been approved. We are not, however, out of the woods yet.

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Why Yves Klein Apr 4, 2011

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By Catherine Cabeen  

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Cancellation watch: Vivarium Studio at OtB Apr 1, 2011

by Jessica

We're writing this afternoon to announce that we are forced to consider the possibility of canceling a production after receiving the news that the visas for our next performers, France’s Vivarium Studio, may not be issued. In our 34 year history we have brought hundreds of foreign artists to the US and this is the first time that we have encountered this kind of visa difficulty.

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