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AFTER by Andrew Schneider seeking local Seattle-based performers Sep 27, 2018

Be part of the show! We’re looking for volunteer performers who can join the cast of upcoming On The Boards production of AFTER by award-winning New York theater artist Andrew Schneider.

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YOUARENOWHERE: Volunteers needed Sep 20, 2018

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Our Carnal Hearts: Local Choirs Needed! Aug 21, 2018

Rachel Mars: Our Carnal Hearts

 

We're looking for two local choirs to be a part of Sing It! Spirit of Envy! a supplemental program for Our Carnal Hearts by Rachel Mars (Sep 13-16)

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Audition for Pat Graney Company Aug 21, 2018

Pat Graney Company (Photo by Jenny Peterson)

18/19 Artist-in-Residence Pat Graney is conducting auditions for a new work in development. 

 

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Sat, Sep 8, 10am – 1pm
Sun, Sep 9, 10am – 1pm (Callbacks)
Note: please bring low heels you can dance in

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Reentry Community Connections May 12, 2018

Kaneza Schaal & Cornell Alston: JACK &

Photo: Christopher Myers

 

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Waiting, Stomping, & Magic Tricks Jan 19, 2018

The following is an introductory note from the program to Forced Entertainment's Real Magic, at On the Boards Jan 18-20.

 

What creates theater? Is it defined through text, character development, or narrative arc? What is conceptual art? Can conceptual art be political? Or does it use only cold, isolated objects to create larger meanings?

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A look at the work of Lagartijas Tiradas Al Sol Nov 3, 2017

El Rumor del Incendio by Lagartijas Tiradas Al Sol

Lagartijas Tiradas Al Sol, El Rumor del Incendio 

 

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THEATRE AGAINST DICTATORSHIP Sep 24, 2017

by James Woodall 

Belarus Free Theatre: Burning Doors

Photo by Alex Brenner

 

Belarus Free Theatre is a unique organisation. It both exists and, in the best sense, does not. 

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Ambassador Note on The People's Republic of Valerie: Kristen Kosmas May 5, 2017

“…The desire of the moth for the star,
Of the night for the morrow,
The devotion to something afar
From the sphere of our sorrow?…”

– P.B. Shelley

 

Kristen Kosmas, spoke to me with a candor that I found deeply endearing. She spoke to me of sadness and shock at what she has seen recently. She spoke of human conflicts, announcements of bombings and escalating violence, impending destruction of habitat, the epidemic of banal assertion of power by state actors. Yet, through it all what was striking, was her intuition of hope and possibility. 

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On the Cartography Apr 24, 2017

I met Leon Finley at a Sarah Schulman reading at the Seattle Public Library in January. He was sitting in front of me, and I noticed that we were nodding emphatically— like, with our whole bodies— at all the same lines from the book (Conflict is Not Abuse), and at all the same points in the conversation between Schulman and Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore that followed the reading.

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