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Predator Songstress Audience Review Dec 4, 2015

Watching Predator Songstress last night was a reminder that every movement is a movement against society. I expected to see the push and pull between people and the controlling power, as Joshua Kohl said “re-appropriating the tools of totalitarianism for personal liberation,” set in a dystopian fairy tale. While you can clearly see the work in the framework of a totalitarian society, keep in mind we live in a “democratic” society, the songstresses’ experience is just another Tuesday night for me.

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PREDATOR SONGSTRESS: My date with a stranger Dec 4, 2015

Before sitting down for a drink in the lobby, the only thing I knew about Jarvi Kononen was that he had never been to an On the Boards performance. As part of the OtB Ambassadors Program, I am taking my role as the liaison to a foreign country literally and am using my +1's to bring strangers to On the Boards for the very first time. Like the older cousin who passes you that first joint, I'm interested in exposing people to something that might not be their cup of tea, but just might end up changing the way they look at the world.

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Predator Songstress Performers: okanomodé Dec 1, 2015


photo courtesy okanomodé

One of the performers/collaborators featured in Predator Songstress is the formidable, multi-talented okanomodé. Poet, artist, singer - you may have seen okanomodé on the OtB stage in 2014 in Ahamefulé Oluo's Now I'm Fine

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Degenerate Art Ensemble Interview Dec 1, 2015

Creative Capital's Jenny Gill interviews artists/Creative Capital grantees Crow Nishumura and Joshua Kohl at the Creative Capital blog:

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