Shredder Orpheus soundtrack on Light in the Attic records! Oct 30, 2014

by Erin

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BAM Q&A with Robert McGinley Oct 30, 2014

by Erin

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Shredder Orpheus - Steven Jesse Bernstein Oct 29, 2014

by Erin

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Opposing Forces Work Together Oct 29, 2014

by Seattle Dances

Seattle Dances' take on Opposing Forces:

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Hybrid Choreography Full of Poetry and Purpose Oct 28, 2014

by Leah Baltus

Leah Baltus at City Arts on Opposing Forces:

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Watch the Trailer - Shredder Orpheus Oct 28, 2014

by Monique

Robert McGinley was one of the original founders of OtB. He served as Artistic Director into the 80's, curating a healthy dose of performance art and punk rock. McGinley currently works as a media artist in film, poetry, and photography.

 

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Some thoughts and feelings Oct 28, 2014

by Devin McDermott

To be at peace. A physical manifestation of grace as an expression of individuality. An outpouring of inner landscape...universal, ephemeral, pure, and personalized. No two bodies are the same, no two experiences are identical, no moment a replication of the one that preceded or followed it.

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Full-on Commitment Oct 27, 2014

by Marcie Sillman

Marcie Sillman breaks down Opposing Forces at her arts and culture blog, And Another Thing:

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Opposing Forces, a hip-hop fantasia Oct 24, 2014

by Margo Lauritzen

I think I’ve got the address wrong; I don’t know anyone at this party. I look at my invitation, it’s clearly stated that this party is my birthright.

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Defensive Oct 24, 2014

by Dylan Ward

I got a little angry at a friend last night; not uncommon for me in the evening because I get grumpy; suffice it to say the conversation turned to the subject of gender and Amy O’Neal’s piece.

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The Future of O Oct 23, 2014

by Eric Pitsenbarger

Wow! I accompanied Wade to a dress rehersal for Amy O’s “Opposing Forces” and I’m so glad I did, though I'm rather envious of the lucky folks who will get to see the actual performances this week-end, as I expect they will be nothing short of miraculous. This is just crazy good shit.

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Choreographer Amy O'Neal & Brysen Angeles at Marcie Sillman's "And Another Thing" Oct 16, 2014

by Erin

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Amy O'Neal & Opposing Forces in The Stranger Oct 15, 2014

by Erin

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People of Opposing Forces: Meet the Crew Oct 15, 2014

by Erin

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People of Opposing Forces: WD4D Oct 14, 2014

by Erin

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People of Opposing Forces: Chapter1NE Oct 14, 2014

by Erin

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People of Opposing Forces: Massive Monkees Oct 14, 2014

by Erin

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People of Opposing Forces: Circle of Fire Crew Oct 14, 2014

by Erin

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People of Opposing Forces: Fever One Oct 14, 2014

by Erin

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Thoughts After Watching The Man Who Can Forget Anything Oct 13, 2014

by Joyce S.C. Liao

Memory is a tricky thing. Do memories stay the same over time? Absolutely not; memories sink, accumulate, evolve, ferment, sometimes even have surprising changes that are not resulted from events from the reality, but from our thinking, emotions, and changes in beliefs and perspectives.

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SEATTLE DANCES | AN ODE TO FAMILY, MEMORY, AND CHEKHOV AT OTB Oct 13, 2014

by Monique

The performance takes its name from the quirky filmed scene in which the cast is waiting on a train station in New York. Gregg loses his hat to the wind, and it is caught by a stranger (Dickinson) who displays a special talent to forget anything he is told.

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The Man Who Can Forget Anything Oct 10, 2014

by Margo Lauritzen

Preface
I do not trust my mind to remember anything. Thus I incessantly scribble ideas down on whatever I have on hand. A passport. A handbill. A ticket stub even.

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At our demise, this will be yours. Oct 10, 2014

by Michael Seiwerath

In the most poignant and hilarious scene of The Man who can Forget Anything Gregg Lachow and Megan Murphy show their 10th grade son all the film and video footage from their artistic career.  In this projected video, a bewildered Charile Lachow is led to the closet of their current New York apartment, where the films are stuffed.

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Cremation Oct 10, 2014

by Dylan Ward

I remember two Christmases ago I was visiting my father in Tulsa. We were riding around in the outskirts of the city, looking for a quick lunch we and our strange brand of humor went and took pictures in front of the enormous praying hands at  Oral Roberts university. 

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AMBASSADOR PROJECT | The Man Who Can Forget Anything | AUDIO TRACKS Oct 9, 2014

by Monique

OtB Ambassador project by Chris Weber, Daemond Arrindell, Jim Holt, and Tina LaPadula

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“Our shows have always been about time and memory” – Gregg Lachow in the Seattle Weekly Oct 8, 2014

by Erin

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Dear Megan and Gregg, Oct 8, 2014

by Crispin Spaeth

Dear Megan and Gregg, 

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Sam Lachow Oct 6, 2014

by Erin

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Charlie Lachow Oct 6, 2014

by Erin

Charlie Lachow is the son of Megan Murphy and Gregg Lachow and the younger brother of Sam Lachow. Family and art - and finding his place in the midst of them - centers on Lachow in The Man Who Can Forget Anything

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Maggie Brown Oct 6, 2014

by Erin

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Marissa Niederhauser Oct 6, 2014

by Erin

Marissa Niederhauser is a dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker. Locally she has appeared in the work of Dayna Hanson, zoe | juniper, and Maureen Whiting, among others. Niederhauser currently lives and works in NYC. 

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Sarah Harlett Oct 6, 2014

by Erin

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Ezra Dickinson Oct 6, 2014

by Erin

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Megan Murphy Oct 6, 2014

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People of "The Man Who Can Forget Anything": Gregg Lachow Oct 6, 2014

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AMBASSADOR PROJECT | The Man Who Can Forget Anything Oct 2, 2014

by Monique

OtB Ambassador project by Chris Weber, Daemond Arrindell, Jim Holt, and Tina LaPadula

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"The Man Who Can Forget Anything" is a whirlwind of theatre, film, music and dance Oct 2, 2014

by Erin

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Erin Jorgensen | Concert One Oct 1, 2014

by Erin

The first free concert went off without a hitch on Sunday, Sep 21 at 5pm. Five more concerts to go - read more about the project and sign up for email notifications here. Photos by Bruce Clayton Tom.

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Master Class | History and Evolution of B-Boying Oct 1, 2014

by Monique

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Community Conversation with Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Amy O’Neal Oct 1, 2014

by Monique

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HALLOWEEN WITH ON THE GOURDS! Oct 1, 2014

by Monique

$20 BUY TICKETS

8PM RECORD RELEASE
8:45 PUMPKIN CONTEST
9PM FILM SCREENING
POST-SHOW COSTUME CONTEST

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