NW New Works Festival 2016

WEEK 2Jun 17-Jun 19, 2016

TheThreeYells_GiselleDeconstruct_3 by Tim Summers (002)

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SIXTEEN ORIGINAL WORKS ON TWO STAGES OVER TWO WEEKENDS

PLEASE NOTE SHOWCASE TIMES VARY. SEE SCHEDULE BELOW.

STUDIO SHOWCASE  JUNE 17 JUNE 18 JUNE 19
8PM BUY NOW* 5PM BUY NOW* 5PM BUY NOW*
MAINSTAGE SHOWCASE JUNE 17 JUNE 18 JUNE 19
NO SHOW 8PM BUY NOW* 8PM BUY NOW*

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STUDIO WEEK 2 ARTISTS


PETER DEE
hooked up
An irreverent ride through the world of Grindr, America's largest gay "dating" app.

SHONTINA VERNON
Her Black Body Politic
An experience in movement and music exploring the politics of the black female body and the way it occupies literal and poetic space.

GARY HILL
Unconditional Surrender (PERFORMANCE, 2016)
Somewhere between annihilation and light that exacts its revenge, the scream of what can only be described as now rolls over and over that fleshy presence...

KYLE LOVEN
April at Dawn, Near Alta, Norway
Taxidermy meets runway fashion in a diorama-filled exploration of the mind-body connection.

MAINSTAGE WEEK 2 ARTISTS

JANUSPHERE DANCE COMPANY 
People and Objects
A dynamic exploration of the physical, emotional, and cultural connections between people and objects.

MEGAN MURPHY
Falling and Being Caught
Film, dance, and theater merge in a piece about balance, collapse, real and imagined love, and the part of you that just might jump.

DAVID HARVEY
Brake Tender
Movement reveals the bitter sweetness of being alone. A man nurtures his limitations. He confesses his love of lonliness to an empty room.

THE THREE YELLS
Giselle Deconstruct
The reduction of a classic ballet to madness, suicide, and love via Butoh and contemporary dance.

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Now in its 33rd year, the NW New Works Festival presents experimental and in-progress work from Northwest artists. The Festival provides artists with rehearsal time, an honorarium, documentation, and the opportunity to present their work on the stages of OtB. The NW New Works Festival has helped launch careers for many local performers. Artists such as Zoe Scofield, Trimpin, Paul Budraitis, Hand2Mouth Theatre, Waxie Moon, Lori Goldston, Kyle Loven, Degenerate Art Ensemble, and Sarah Rudinoff have all participated in the Festival.

The Festival lineup is curated by a panel of peer artists and arts administrators: James Holt, Dani Tirrell, Shin Yu Pai, Ella Mahler, Hatlo, Jerry Tischleder, Erin Daughton, and OtB Staff.

*Please note the use of strobe lights during this performance.

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Read more about the 16 artist groups in this year's 33rd annual NW New Works Festival.