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. 

Watch some of her work here.
Learn more about Niederhauser here

 


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

by Erin

Sarah Harlett has been an active member of the Seattle Theater community for many years. Locally, she has been seen at ACT, Seattle Children's Theater, Intiman, New City Theater, Seattle Shakespeare Company, The Empty Space and On the Boards. Local credits include: MiddletownA Christmas CarolAll’s Well That Ends Well,Night of the Living Dead100 DressesBunniculaThe Winter's TaleFar Away, and Valley of the Dolls.  Internationally, she performed at the Centre de Danse in Paris, France with the Megan Murphy Company, staying to create a new performance piece with European artists. Sarah was a founding member of the Compound Collective, an nationally-acclaimed performance group in Seattle that focused on original works.  Sarah...

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

by Erin

Ezra Dickinson is a Seattle dancer extraordinaire. Trained at Pacific Northwest Ballet for twelve years on full scholarship, Dickinson holds a BFA in dance with an emphasis in choreography from Cornish College of The Arts. While at Cornish Ezra was awarded the Merce Cunningham Scholarship, Kreielsheimer Scholarship, President's Scholarship in Dance, Male Dance Scholarship, Outstanding Dance Major Award, and Dean's List. Dickinson has danced for choreographers Maureen Whiting, Dayna Hanson, Zoe Scofield, Wade Madsen, Kent Stowell, Francia Russel, Bruce Wells, Zan Yamashita, Jason Ohlberg, Kabby Mitchell, Marry Sheldon Scott, Amy O'Neal, Pat Hon, and Deborah Wolf.

He is also co-artistic director with Rainbow Fletcher of The Offshore Project. He is a member of Seattle collective the...

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

by Erin

Megan Murphy is an actress, dancer, and theater artist known throughout the US and Europe for her unique take on time, memory, and the artifice of performance. She was a founding member of the internationally-acclaimed performance ensemble Run/Remain, and of her own Megan Murphy Company, which performed The Rich Grandeur of Boxing in 2004 at the Centre National de la Danse in Paris, followed by a month-long residency at La Villette. As a performer, Murphy was a member of the Brussels-based NeedCompany from 1988 - 1989, and she has starred in numerous feature films, including Freedom State, ...

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

by Erin

Gregg Lachow is a Seattle-based film and theatre artist. After creating the feature films The Seven Mysteries of Life and The Wright Brothers, Lachow worked with the Northwest Film Forum to create the nationally renowned Start-to-Finish program with his feature film, Money Buys Happiness. Lachow then went on to create the experimental "performed film" Silence! and a commission for Philip Glass, I'm Working on a Building. Prior to his work in film, Mr. Lachow was a...

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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

We are generating a collective community response to themes in the upcoming show - The Man Who Can Forget Anything at On the Boards, Oct 9 - 12, 2014. Please share anonymously on our Google form HERE, and your memories will be included in an installation in the On the Boards lobby before and after performances.

Answer one, some, or all of the questions in the form. Responses can be lengthy or small; a half-formed idea, or phrase, a texture, flavor, feeling, word, image, smell, or tidbit of a lyric. Memories can be complex, simple or fragmented.

GET STARTED NOW.

Thank you.

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

by Erin

Their most recent work, The Man Who Can Forget Anything, is a theatre piece that delves into family history and contemplates the bittersweet absurdity of memory, aging and the passage of time.

Serving their flavor of narrative-defying, baroque genre mashup, The Man Who Can Forget Anything is a whirlwind of theatre, film, music and dance that features performances by Murphy, Lachow, Charlie and Sam, On the Boards regulars Marissa Niederhauser and Ezra Dickinson, actors Annette Toutonghi and Sarah Harlett and performer/musician Maggie Brown, as well as a foursome of musicians on trumpet, trombone, cello, clarinet and sax. Murphy and Lachow have been...

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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.

Sources used in piece: Tim Etchells: The Dream Dictionary for the Modern Dreamer; JS...

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