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Food Trucks and the Fu-Beer Garden during NW New Works!! Jun 7, 2016

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NANCY GUPPY'S EMPATHIC LISTENING BOOTH Jun 6, 2016

Seattle's Nancy Guppy will be in the OtB mainstage lobby during the NW New Works Festival this year with a new project Empathic Listening Booth. Grab a beer from our FU-BEER GARDEN and some nosh from the food trucks outside and check out her installation between 7pm and 8pm in the mainstage lobby during both weekends of the festival. Get your NW New Works Festival Tickets today!

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: The Three Yells Jun 1, 2016



photo by Tim Summers

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: David Harvey Jun 1, 2016


photo by Lauren Crew

Dancer/choreographer David Harvey makes his Festival debut with a solo dance piece centered around the idea of a "brake tender" -  the special car on a locomotive, filled with scrap metal to add weight, which aids in braking efficiency. Harvey deals with themes of vulnerability, self-imposed limitations, the weight of responsibility, and one’s attachment to aloneness. 

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: Megan Murphy Jun 1, 2016


photo by Adam Weintraub

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: Janusphere Dance Company Jun 1, 2016


photo by Kathee Miller

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: Kyle Loven May 31, 2016


photo by Tyler Korth

Performance/visual artist Kyle Loven branches out from his beautifully intimate puppetry shows with a surreal, dreamlike landscape inspired by natural history dioramas and night terrors. Loven focuses on mind-body connections in his exploration of dance and movement, coming together with the help of a half-gorgeous, half-scary Arctic creature. 

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: Shontina Vernon May 31, 2016


photo courtesy Shontina Vernon

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: Gary Hill May 31, 2016

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NW New Works 2016 Artist: Peter Dee May 31, 2016


photo by Tim Summers

Performance artist Peter Dee presents a solo comedy centered on gay hookup culture and the alternate realities created with technology. The hero takes us on an uncomfortable and hilarious journey through the supposedly anonymous world of Grindr, complete with alter-egos, amazing props, and other surprises.

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