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The 3/19 Studio Supper Has Been Cancelled Mar 11, 2020

It is with a heavy heart that we write to you to tell you that we’ve decided to cancel the 3/19 Studio Supper with Monica Dimas. We will announce any other changes to the On the Boards schedule on our blog as well as by email and on our socials.

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COVID-19, upcoming performances, and community care Mar 10, 2020

Art and artists are more valuable than ever in times of community challenge or crisis. Art inspires, provides respite, room for reflection, sparks conversation, AND entertains and brings joy. Investing in art, artists, and ideas is central to what we do at On the Boards. Bringing community together, and connecting artists and audiences is at our core.

These artists still need you, and we need you!

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FREE ART FOR 24 HOURS (AGAIN)! Feb 27, 2020

It’s time for the 2nd Annual OntheBoards.tv Telethon  

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Solo: A Festival of Dance's jumatatu m. poe makes the 2020 Creative Capital Award List Feb 6, 2020

Last month Creative Capital announced their 2020 Creative Capital Awards. Each award includes $50,000 in project funding, supplemented by an additional $50,000 in career development services, for a total value of $100,000.

On the Boards is thrilled to congratulate jumatatu m. poe, who was of the 41 selected and who will be one of our 5 featured solo artists in this month's Solo: A Festival of Dance!

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The Stranger sits down with Jaha Koo Jan 15, 2020

"This generational divide extended into Koo's own work. He said the South Korean theater establishment, which thinks of the theater as "Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, and Molière," rejected his multimedia performances. Koo wanted to develop a contemporary Korean theater, one that welcomed the dramatic potential of technology, and one that could speak to younger generations.

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Cuckoo receives five stars in Daily Review Dec 17, 2019

"Cuckoo is both grimly factual and a personal witness to social and economic imperatives that are soul-destroying and eventually lethal. And they are not confined to South Korea. This intelligent, emotionally compelling production is as provocative as it is strange. Jaha Koo not only artfully stirs the rice, he stirs the pot as well."

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An Interview with Co-curator and Co-producer of Ten Tiny Dances®, Sara Jinks Oct 24, 2019


Photo credit: Kate Haley
Photo of: Dayna Hanson

 

An Interview with Co-curator and Co-producer of Ten Tiny Dances®, Sara Jinks

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