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NW NEW WORKS 2017: Vanessa Goodman/Action At a Distance Jun 4, 2017

NWNW 2017: Vanessa Goodman

NWNW 2017: Vanessa Goodman

Countdown to the first weekend of the NW New Works Festival! 

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NW NEW WORKS 2017: Kim Lusk Jun 3, 2017

NWNW 2017: Kim Lusk

Subtle humor, technical footwork, 90s pop beats and a bit of country giddy-up — Kim Lusk’s Quartet for the Dead Set is a story about the ultimate power of the unlikely winner. Come see it performed as part of the first weekend of the NW New Works Festival, from June 9-11! 

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NW New Works 2017: PETE (Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble) May 31, 2017

NW New Works 2017: PETE

 

Want to pack a lot of art into one evening? OtB’s NW New Works gives you the opportunity to see short versions of longer experimental or in-progress projects.

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NW New Works 2017: Katie Piatt May 30, 2017

NW New Works 2017: Katie Piatt

 

HELLO SUMMER! And hello to the 34th NW New Works festival! We're excited to showcase 16 artists and companies from around the region in OtB's annual festival of new and in-progress performance works. This week and next we'll be posting more about the artists and performers that are part of this year's line-up.

 

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Cubism points to a new dimension in TESSERACT May 19, 2017

Tesseract invites us to move beyond two dimensional shapes into new dimensions and mysteries. Of course, the director, Charles Atlas, is there to assist you with the 'seeing,' with 3-D glasses. The experience is separated into two distinct segments. The movement, however, is continuously mediated, superimposed and purposely broken up by images and patterns.

In the first segment the movie collapses and expands space, with the movement serving as only a reference.

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Villanelle for Valerie: A Response to ‘The People’s Republic of Valerie’ May 6, 2017

At some point we’ll wake up scattered to our being
Struggling to know as we circulate what’s real
Nurse says our thoughts reflect the things we’re seeing

Questioning the truth to which we cling
We float in space but rarely constellate each other
At some point we’ll wake up scattered to our being

We seek refuge in the unknown when grieving
I used to wonder who would guide my fate
Nurse says our thoughts reflect the things we’re seeing

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