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Theatre Communication Group reviews THE SHIPMENT on OnthBoards.tv Mar 31, 2010

Theatre Communication Group's new blog posted a review of the experience of watching a film on OntheBoards.tv. The reviewer chose THE SHIPMENT to view since it was a performance she "intended to see while it was running [at The Kitchen in NYC], and never actually did." Here's a little of what she had to say:

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Pictures from Morgan Thorson & Low's KEXP In Studio Mar 30, 2010

Low, Morgan Thorson and the performers in Heaven visited KEXP earlier today to perform a few songs and talk a bit about the show.

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Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed choose THE SHIPMENT... Mar 30, 2010

...to be a part of the 2010 Vivid LIVE festival. Curated by different artists each year, the Sydney Opera House's festival is a mix of contemporary music, theater and visual arts. Congrats to THE SHIPMENT crew for being chosen to participate in this edition!

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PICA on "Art From the Comfort of Your Home" Mar 4, 2010

Our friends down at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) recently posted on their blog about the NEA's recent findings about attendance to the arts. In that they talk about OntheBoards.tv and begin wrestling with questions about how our project relates to audiences in-house:

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Non-traditional performance settings Feb 25, 2010

A hot tip from OtB managing director  Sarah Wilke came in this morning about a WNYC podcast related to performance in non-traditional settings. Sarah writes:

"I think OntheBoards.tv challenges the traditional view that performance should be seen only in a theater setting. Along these lines, I found this conversation between PS122 Artistic Director Vallejo Ganter and Whitney Biennial co-curator Gary Carrion-Murayari very interesting.

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"avant-garde unicorns" Feb 24, 2010

Today just keeps delivering more and more descriptions about OtB artists that are kind of incredible. The title of this post comes courtesy of nytheatre.com in reference to Radiohole. The company's latest performance (soon to be featured on OntheBoards.tv) inspired this new description and this:

Life was dull and joyless, my theatre-going lackluster. Late-winter New York City blues have left me impatient, fractious, and listless.

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Currently in NYC and upcoming on OntheBoards.tv... Feb 23, 2010

...Radiohole! They won hearts in Seattle during their 2009 run of Fluke  and are currently making waves in NYC again with Whatever, Heaven Allows at PS 122.  According to PS122's website, here's  what they're up to this time:

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For you technophiles: about the OntheBoards.tv player Feb 19, 2010

Pinter Industries (aka Ian Pinter) helped us get the videos up on OntheBoards.tv. Earlier today he posted a little something about the playback component on the site. Interested in tech? Head there to learn a little about what makes OntheBoards.tv tick and find more info on coding and software development.

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Seattle Mag about OntheBoards.tv: "genius" Feb 11, 2010

Brangien Davis at Seattle mag sums up OntheBoards.tv for Seattlites at large:

If you're kicking yourself for missing recent killer performances at On the Boards, such as Reggie Watts & Tommy Smith's Transition (laugh-out-loud funny and true), or Diana Szeinblum's Alaska (stunning athleticism and emotion), or Allen Johnson's Another You (oh-my-god brutally good), well, you should still kick yourself, actually, because, where the hell have you been?

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OntheBoards.tv: Flavorpill's Daily Dose pick Feb 11, 2010

Flavorpill, a national guide to art and culture, chose OntheBoards.tv as their featured pick of the day:

"OntheBoards.tv rescues innovative live performances from the ether with front-row video recordings that fans can purchase, rent, or stream with a low-cost subscription."

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