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A SHORT SPRING

film · bare bones productions · Ages 3+ · United States
a non verbal narrative of one woman's journey though space and time. strange characters emerge and she is faced with her past, or is it the present? an avante-garde film that's an homage to Godard and the French Noire greats.
a non verbal narrative of one woman's journey though space and time. strange characters emerge and she is faced with her past, or is it the present? an avante-garde film that's an homage to Godard and the French Noire greats.

ON & OFF THE WALL

visual art · stacy mckee & joan rater · United States
Creepy. Sweet. Happy. Sad...Something for everyone. Paintings by Stacy McKee and a one-woman show by Joan Rater. Artwork "ripped from a children's book with a dark twist." A performance that’s "heartwarming, brutally honest & hilarious." Stacy and Joan are writers on the ABC drama Grey's Anatomy.
Creepy. Sweet. Happy. Sad...Something for everyone. Paintings by Stacy McKee and a one-woman show by Joan Rater. Artwork "ripped from a children's book with a dark twist." A performance that’s "heartwarming, brutally honest & hilarious." Stacy and Joan are writers on the ABC drama Grey's Anatomy.

GOLDSLAVE

dance & physical theatre · artnasty - not man apart · Ages 17+ · United States
A *FREE* graffiti theater event: Tango, Street Fighting, Dirty Dancing, Gold Paint, Chains, Sweat and Cake. A visual feast that is sexy, violent and deliriously merry with free cake for dessert! Secret location to be revealed midnight June 23 - visit www.artnasty.wordpress.com
A *FREE* graffiti theater event: Tango, Street Fighting, Dirty Dancing, Gold Paint, Chains, Sweat and Cake. A visual feast that is sexy, violent and deliriously merry with free cake for dessert! Secret location to be revealed midnight June 23 - visit www.artnasty.wordpress.com

DREAMS FROM A DEAD CITY

theatre · company of strangers · Ages 17+ · United States
"For the love of God, keep your cell phones on!" A sci-fi, interactive performance opus. Two stories bleed in and out of each other concerning acts of forgetting and remembering, and everything gained and lost by it. Can horror and mystery really be solved by a smartphone app?
"For the love of God, keep your cell phones on!" A sci-fi, interactive performance opus. Two stories bleed in and out of each other concerning acts of forgetting and remembering, and everything gained and lost by it. Can horror and mystery really be solved by a smartphone app?