Curators’ Choice – Week of April 15
We sure do miss seeing you all in person and experiencing art together!
While our programming is on pause, our Artistic Producers Zach Blackwood and Katy Dammers have prepared Curators’ Choice, a list of great online performances, video interviews, and interactive content for you to peruse from your couch. We hope you enjoy this sampling of works previously presented at FringeArts, pieces by FringeArts alumni, and some of our favorite places to check out new work online. Each week Zach and Katy will prep a new list to keep your ears and eyes full until we can be together again.
Works Previously Performed at FringeArts
Beared Ladies Who Lunch | The Bearded Ladies Cabaret | 2018 Fringe Festival The beloved cabaret’s live performances are on hiatus but The Bearded Ladies Cabaret continues to delight us virtually with their Facebook video series. This installment features Cookie Diorio’s performance from the 2018 Fringe Festival piece, Do You Want a Cookie? Tune in live Tuesdays and Thursdays or catch up on The Bearded Ladies Facebook page.
Behind the Scenes: Superterranean | Pig Iron Theatre Company | 2019 Fringe Festival Go behind the scenes of 2019 Fringe Festival show, Superterranean, with award-winning designer Mimi Lien.
Bronx Gothic | Okwui Okpokwasili | 2016 FringeArts Year-Round Programming A solo creation at the intersection of theater, dance and visual art installation, Bronx Gothic gives palpable force to the charged relationship between two girls on the verge of adolescence in the 1980s.
Rosas Danst Rosas | Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker | 2014 Fringe Festival In 1983, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker confirmed her place as one of the most important choreographers of the last century with her work Rosas danst Rosas. The performance quickly became an international classic, and now the iconic choreographer invites you to make it your own.
Works by FringeArts Alumni
Inside the National Circus School of Montreal with Eric Bates | Barcode Circus Company | 2018 Hand to Hand Circus Festival Eric Bates took the Fringe stage in 2018 for the inaugural Hand to Hand Circus Festival with Barcode, a circus company based in Canada. Now he gives you an in-depth look at what it takes to attend one of the premier Circus Schools in the world, l’Ecole Nationale de Cirque in Montreal.
My Funny Bone: Brian Sanders Junk | Brian Sanders A Fringe Festival favorite for years, Brian Sanders gives us an inside look at the making of his piece in My Funny Bone.
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