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Washington Hall is alive again! Apr 23, 2010

Not only will  Washington Hall will reopen with a big party on Saturday, May 1st, it's also in the running with 24 other historic properties to receive $1 Million in preservation funds!

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from the archive: web 1.0 Apr 9, 2009

otb web announcement

circa 1997.

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Blog the Boards - still an important idea says the PI Dec 22, 2008

In Regina Hackett's article Seattle Art Museum's search for youth she mentions Blog the Boards - OtB's very own blog - and its origins as a suggestion for something SAM can do to engage the elusive 18 - 35 crowd in this city.

Roughly 5 years ago we created this blog with this statement:

We hope to spark discussions between our bloggers and members of our audience - the people who most care about the work you see here at OtB.

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Crystal Pite - flashback to 2007 Oct 16, 2008

Crystal Pite, Vancouver BC resident and new associate choreographer at the Nederlands Dans Theater, first appeared at OtB in 2007. Her contribution to the Split Bill was an epic of riveting choreography, text and tap dancing aliens. You can read audience reviews in our archived blogs.

Want to know more about what Crystal is bringing this time?

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Speaking of sweet rides Jun 27, 2008

I dug up this picture of an old OtB van from our archive. Pictured, former Artistic Director Mark Murphy and former Managing Director Sara Pasti. Anyone know what year this was taken?
sweet ride

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Allen Johnson | <i>Another You</i> Nov 17, 2005

Transferred from our blog archive at ArtsJournal Nov 17, 2005 Re: Gift by Annie Wagner I know you didn't mean "splinters" literally, Bret, but I'd say Johnson's bits of narrative are more like uncrackable nuts. They seem modeled on koans or parables without referent--they're not so much partial as they are hard and self-contained. The square of light and boxing ring-style blocking (feint, circle, feint) mirror his circular narrative style. If this is truth, it's the kind that doesn't easily give up its meaning.

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