Performance Review: NOWNOWNOW Mar 31, 2016

by Ben Rapson

I do Facebook for a living. Day in, day out, I am almost always plugged into Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Yelp, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and more. To say I’m a nerd for the sociology and psychology of social media would be an understatement. So I found NOWNOWNOW to be a fascinating piece of introspection and commentary.

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Have We Met in Real Life? My Date With a Stranger for Sarah Rudinoff's NowNowNow Mar 31, 2016

by Tessa Hulls

When Sarah Rudinoff found herself at the funeral of an acquaintance whom she mostly knew through the internet, she realized she had made a mistake. She had cast sweeping judgments about this person based on their online persona and dismissed them as someone who was not worth the effort of truly getting to know.

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Creating a Sense of Legitimacy - Sarah Rudinoff in The Stranger Mar 28, 2016

by Erin


photo by Truman Buffet

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Sarah Rudinoff in City Arts Magazine Mar 25, 2016

by Erin

City Arts Magazine on Sarah Rudinoff:

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Thu, Mar 24 | Pre-show Traffic Warning NOWNOWNOW Mar 22, 2016

by admin

Hey all you folks joining us for the 8pm, Thu, March 24th performance of NOWNOWNOW! Bruce Springsteen will be in town at the Key Arena that night. Expect even more traffic and parking delays around Uptown than usual. 

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Tanya Tagaq Community Events Mar 22, 2016

by Erin

OtB is partnering with Seattle Theater Group to bring Tanya Tagaq to Seattle!

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Watch a trailer for Betroffenheit Mar 16, 2016

by Erin

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Electric Company Director Jonathon Young on Betroffenheit Mar 16, 2016

by Erin

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Crystal Pite Interview at the Globe & Mail Mar 16, 2016

by Erin

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Choreographer Crystal Pite on the making of Betroffenheit Mar 16, 2016

by Erin


Choreographer and Kidd Pivot founder Crystal Pite talks about the making of Betroffenheit with Dominic Girard from the Banff Centre.

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Happy That They Shared It: My Date With a Stranger for Dana Michel's Yellow Towel Mar 9, 2016

by Tessa Hulls

Part of the fun of lugging total strangers to On the Boards is that I get a dual surprise: I never know what to expect of either the show OR the person I'm about to meet.

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Dana’s Michel’s YELLOW TOWEL: Veiled and Vulnerable Mar 8, 2016

by Shontina Vernon

Where am I in this?

She is in it for herself.

That’s not a bad thing.

 

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Performance Review: She the Black Child in the House Mar 8, 2016

by Joyce S.C. Liao

Joyce Liao is a post-disciplinary artist from Seattle, often using improvised and choreographed movement, writing, videos or visual images as her creative media. This piece of writing is a reflection of the story woven in her mind while watching the performance.

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"Just Sitting Down Seems Impossible" - The Stranger on "Yellow Towel" Mar 6, 2016

by Erin

The Stranger's Ric

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Familiar Mar 4, 2016

by Dylan Ward

Coming out of tonights performacne of "Yellow Towel" all I can think is that I saw things that were familiar, but not to my life. There's a specific separation between me and the person I saw or might of seen onstage (the character) that I simultaneously wanted to be empathetic towards but never in the same situation.

What is to be done when you recognize something, or think you do?

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Yellow Towel Review Mar 4, 2016

by Daemond Arrindell

When I walked into On the Boards last night to view Dana Michel’s Yellow Towel I was already in a mindset of comparisons. It’s often how I process, by comparing things. It’s the wonder of simile and metaphors and the workings of a poet.  Kendrick Lamar’s new album, or rather EP “untitled.

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Performance Review: YELLOW TOWEL Mar 4, 2016

by Calie Swedberg

i am a blonde woman.

i am a blonde woman who grows my hair out twelve inches or more at a time in order to chop it off and donate it.

i am a person who takes pride in my blonde hair.

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Dana Michel + Seattle Artists on LuluNation Radio Mar 2, 2016

by Erin

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