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Beginner's Guide to Radosław Rychcik Dec 22, 2010

We're settling in for the holidays around OtB, but before we take a break we want to help get you primed for our first performance of 2011, Radosław Rychcik's In the Solitude of Cotton Fields. Read on for some quick tidbits about the artist and the show!

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OntheBoards.tv, NT Live and the Metropolitan Opera Dec 20, 2010

 

An Associate Editor at American Theatre magazine, Rob Weinert-Kendt ponders online video performance and productions in his personal blog.  He mentions NT Live, the Metropolitan Opera, and OntheBoards.tv.

His biggest question?

"I have to wonder: Why doesn't this happen more often with theater?" 

 What do you think?

 

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Watch the trailer for Radoslaw Rychcik's In the Solitude of Cotton Fields Dec 8, 2010

The trailer for Radoslaw Rychcik's In the Solitude of Cotton Fields is one of the best performance trailers that has come to OtB. Check it out:

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As American As Cherry Pie or How Dayna Hanson Star Spangled Me Dec 3, 2010

What better time in history than in our currently tea drenched political landscape, littered with the detritus of the American Revolution, could choreographer Dayna Hanson find an audience willing to throw themselves overboard for an eccentric piece of choreographic historical revisionism?

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Learn biomechanics from OtB artist Paul Budraitis Oct 12, 2010

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NW New Works reviews of Weekend 2 Jun 14, 2010

Check out the new round of reviews: Seattle Times: "Review, NW New Works Weekend #2: A sublimely goofy 'Buffoon' and a dance-driven video game" Crosscut: "Flinging torsos, a buffoon, and a hint of English punk" ETA:

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L'Effet de Serge wins an Obie May 18, 2010

10/11 artist Vivarium Studio won a special citation award for their work L'Effet de Serge. Congrats to Philippe Quesne and company! Here's performer Gaetan Vourc'h receiving on behalf of the crew:

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Too much freedom might have resulted in utter chaos. May 8, 2010

by Darby

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Seattle Gay Scene: Rimini Protokoll at On the Boards is perfect example of Art vs Technology = Art May 8, 2010

Michael Strangeways:

Best Before is that odd conundrum/enigma of a "play" that's not really a "play" in the traditional sense of the word, but in reality, and in it's completed state, it manages to BECOME a play, meaning that you meet characters, go on a journey and experience complicated human emotions and feeling. There IS growth, and warmth, and fear, and humor, and birth, and death, and longing, and love, and hate and all the other emotions we need to feel/experience in order to be fully realized human beings.

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This is your choice May 8, 2010

by Jason Rowley

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