Some sweet day (Oct 15 - Nov 4 2012) is a three-week program of dance performances in the Museum's Marron Atrium by contemporary choreographers.
A few more reviews for How Can You Stay In The House All Day And Not Go Anywhere?:
"The Beautiful and Baffling Ralph Lemon" - The Stranger
Ralph Lemon’s new work, HOW CAN YOU STAY IN THE HOUSE ALL DAY AND NOT GO ANYWHERE? is an example of why I love live theater. Or live dance. Or live theatrical dance. His work is difficult to categorize which makes me enjoy it even more. He does not take anything for granted and is forever questioning and exploring.
I highly recommend reading the program notes and the writings provided by Ralph Lemon before watching the piece. It helps to provide context and abstractly/subconsciously make sense of the autobiographical puzzle.
Did you see the show last night? What did you think about Ralph's approach to movement and text? And how about those animals?
Leave your thoughts in the comments!
How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere?
Check out what's been written about Ralph so far in Seattle and check back over the weekend to see the reviews!
On the US tour of How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere?, Ralph has done a few interesting interviews with the curators at other venues.
Here are a few quick things to note about Ralph Lemon to help prepare for his Northwest debut next week!
Every day of How Can You Stay... comes with a little something extra. Here's a look at what's happening each day of the run: