I've never had it so good. Sep 29, 2012

by Madeline

Andy Warhol, perhaps in some drug induced state, once said "Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes". Little did he know that this weekend Gob Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good) would help him prove that to be true.

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100 Years from Now Sep 28, 2012

by Jim

It would be hard to imagine a more fitting subject for a piece of contemporary, multi-media theater than Andy Warhol's experimental films of the mid-1960s.

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They Flipped It, They Flipped It For Real Sep 28, 2012

by Mark S

Screens on stage make me angry. Why the hell would I go to a live performance to sit and watch a screen? If I wanted a night of watching television or youtube there's a much easier and cheaper option that involves me and a couch and a bag of chips.

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The Art of Reality Sep 28, 2012

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by Byron Au Yong

 

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Sleep/Kiss Sep 28, 2012

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by Erin Pike

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Positively Warholian Sep 28, 2012

by Adam

Several years ago, Seattle School created a multimedia project based upon Andy  Warhol's film Blue. It was an extravaganza that involved the entire building at Northwest Film Forum.

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It's all happening NOW! Sep 28, 2012

by Eric Pitsenbarger

 

You're in the shot, now smile. OK now raise your hand up to your face and look intensely at the camera. Breath, good. Ok now look left, lower your hand and look right. Tells us your name. Say it again. Again. Faster. What name would you choose if you were someone else? 

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Tell us what you think about Gob Squad Sep 27, 2012

by Jessica

Thank you for coming to see Gob Squad’s Kitchen (You’ve Never Had It So Good). This is a show we’ve been excited about for the past couple of years and are thrilled to finally have it here and to have the company back in Seattle.
   

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Prepping for Studio Suppers Sep 25, 2012

by Jessica

Our very first Studio Supper is coming up in just two days. We're prepping, painting and can't wait to show you what we have in store and what chef Cormac Mahoney (Madison Park Conservatory) is cooking up.

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Korby Sears interviews Simon Will of Gob Squad Sep 22, 2012

by Jessica

Korby Sears, Seattle artist extraordinare, interviewed one of the longtime Gob Squad members, Simon Will. They covered a lot of ground, including the perils of filming on city sidewalks, the war on anonymity and, of course, a little Warhol. 

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Badminton Royale IV wrap-up Sep 19, 2012

by Shasti

Badminton Royale IV happened yesterday, and it was fantastic! Click here for the updated bracket, showing the winners of each game.

Here's the prizewinner recap:

Grand prize: The Meanies from UW World Series/Meany Hall

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Badminton Royale - OtB's Team Sep 18, 2012

by Jessica

Oh what's that? OtB's team is dressed up like members of Warhol's Factory? 

You betcha. Here's Mark Meuter (Production Manager) and Paige Davis Crick (Board Member) in their Andy and Edie regalia in honor of next week's Gob Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good):

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Mark Morris Dance Group - SOLD OUT Sep 18, 2012

by Jessica

All tickets for the Mark Morris Dance Group performances of Back On the Boards are now sold out. There will be no waiting list for these performances.

If you are looking for other dance performances at On the Boards, please see:
Kidd Pivot’s The Tempest Replica

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3 Rizzo, which is French for I love Rizzo Sep 17, 2012

by Samantha

Tonight marked the kick off of the new season at OtB, and thank a higher power because I was getting a little feisty.  

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Neo-Fiction Sep 16, 2012

by Heidi

It’s like that old adage: you don’t know what you’ve got ‘till it’s gone, but instead of, “till it’s gone”, substitute “’till Christian Rizzo puts on a hooded sweatshirt with black hair streaming out of the hood-hole and tromps around the landscapes of your life”.

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Theatre as Sacred Space Sep 15, 2012

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by Byron Au Yong

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Time/Space/Place Sep 15, 2012

by Dayna Hanson

My introduction to Christian Rizzo’s aesthetic was b.c, janvier 1545, Fontainebleau (On the Boards, 2010). In that work he offered an environment that, while decidedly performative—with dancer Julie Guilbert commanding the audience’s attention like a duchess—led viewers into a conceptual art state of mind.

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Memory in the Northwest Sep 15, 2012

by Kyle Loven

Maps. Nature. Overcast. Memory. Me me me.

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Previews of Néo-Fiction Sep 13, 2012

by Jessica

C'est vrai - a few Seattle papers are recommending this weekend's performance by Christian Rizzo, Sophie Laly and Lori Goldston. Here's what's come out so far:

"Dance, dance dance! Rizzo, Horvitz and Velocity in Seattle" - Seattle Times

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Want to hear about when reservations open for Studio Suppers? Sep 12, 2012

by Jessica

Be one of the first to hear when our Studio Supper reservations open by signing up on the list. You'll receive a brief email two weeks out from each date with simple instructions on how to get a seat at our table.

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Ticket system down 1pm - 2pm Sep 12, 2012

by Charles Smith

Our ticketing system will be down for about an hour beginning at 1pm today. You can still call the box office (206-217-9888) and we can take your order, but online sales will be down during this time. Sorry for any inconvenience! We're hoping this upgrade will make things run faster and smoother for everyone. Thanks!

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Badminton Royale IV -- Bracket! Sep 11, 2012

by Shasti

On Tuesday, September 18, 31 arts organizations will battle to dethrone reigning champions Pottery Northwest in Badminton Royale IV: The Reckoning. Here's the bracket:

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Lane Czaplinski talks to KING FM about 12/13 Sep 11, 2012

by Jessica

The KING FM Arts Channel is a great source of information about what's happening in theater, dance, music, lectures, readings and so much more around Seattle. OtB's artistic director Lane Czaplinski sat down with them to discuss what we have up our sleeves for the new season (which kicks off this week!).

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Beginner's Guide to Gob Squad Sep 10, 2012

by Heidi

Perhaps you remember Gob Squad's last apperance at OtB in 2001, perhaps not.  Either way! Here are a few tidbits of information to get you warmed up for their upcoming performances, Sep 27 - 30

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