NW New Works Festival 2016

WEEK 1
Jun 10 - 12, 2016

Au Collective by Brad Coleman 2

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SIXTEEN ORIGINAL WORKS ON TWO STAGES OVER TWO WEEKENDS

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STUDIO SHOWCASE  JUNE 10 JUNE 11 JUNE 12
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STUDIO WEEK 1 ARTISTS

ILVS STRAUSS
Doin' It Right
Four dancers explore layers of TEXT/SUBTEXT/SUPERTEXT and definitions of right and wrong with a little help from Daft Punk.

PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES!
Kaktus Kolache
Video-art-meets-dance-meets-rock-n'-roll-meets-bake-off-competition in a delineated desert landscape.

BRITT KARHOFF
Wonder Full
A stark and celebratory dance solo grapples with personal loss using party supplies and one-sided conversations.

ALLIE HANKINS & RACHAEL DICHTER
When We
An austere world of coded language and biting humor. Two women seduce and receive in an intersection of violence & benevolence, construction & influence.

MAINSTAGE WEEK 1 ARTISTS

VANESSA GOODMAN
Container
Heritage, culture and resillience come to life in a dance work inspired by Weimar cabaret.

AU COLLECTIVE
Bayanihan: A Collection of Physical Tales
A groundbreaking dance collective presents a collage of the liminal spaces we navigate within our external and interior selves.

SLEEP NOD
Sophia
An ancient, gnostic myth and its creators appear to a young man obsessed with video games.

MALLERY AVIDON | JEFF AARON BRYANT
TL;DR, an opera
What if you were 17 right now: looking for yourself, finding yourself, or at least Googling yourself. Boys. Girls. Music. Social Media.

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Now in its 33rd year, the NW New Works Festival presents experimental and in-progress work from Northwest artists. The Festival provides artists with rehearsal time, an honorarium, documentation, and the opportunity to present their work on the stages of OtB. The NW New Works Festival has helped launch careers for many local performers. Artists such as Zoe Scofield, Trimpin, Paul Budraitis, Hand2Mouth Theatre, Waxie Moon, Lori Goldston, Kyle Loven, Degenerate Art Ensemble, and Sarah Rudinoff have all participated in the Festival. 

The Festival lineup is curated by a panel of peer artists and arts administrators: James Holt, Dani Tirrell, Shin Yu Pai, Ella Mahler, Hatlo, Jerry Tischleder, Erin Daughton, and OtB Staff.

 

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Read more about the 16 artist groups in this year's 33rd annual NW New Works Festival.