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June Scratch Night

Mon, June 6 2016


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The popular, long running works-in-progress series on the first Monday of every month.

Come see a roster of Philly’s most talented artists perform new material from shows they are working on in this fast-paced sampling of contemporary theater, dance, performance art, and everything in between. Scratch Night features short performances by four-to-six companies/artists, offering an inside look at the future of performance.

60 minutes
FREE / Suggested Donation

This month’s line-up:

 

The Oregon Militia Trail

by Shamus Hunter McCarty, Katherine Perry, & Britney Hines

The Oregon Militia Trail: a gamified look at how problems aren’t solved in America. Plug in. Ford the river. Feed your family. Face the hate. The structure is politics. You make the decisions.

Oregon Militia Trail

 

faith shift

by Belle Alvarez

Photo by Bill Hebert

Photo by Bill Hebert

faith shift is a work in progress triggered by doubt and an estranged relationship with religion. faith shift searches for clarity, resolution, and meaning through movement, text, and song for those of us who have ever felt particularly uncomfortable talking about religion in public at any point in our respective spiritual journeys. faith shift brings into question the role of spiritual identity, tradition, and ritual.

 

 

 

Solow Scraps

by Erin Carney and Monica Wiles

Erin and Monica are performing individual solo shows for the Solow Festival on June 17th, 18th, and 19th consecutively in a South Philly row home. They decided to combine elements from each of their shows for this one performance at Scratch Night. This is an experimental prompt.

 

Dracoola

by Are you in our House?

Photo by Fred Brown

Photo by Fred Brown

Dracoola is put on by professionals. If there are any local awards that are currently up for consideration then the cast of Dracoola would like to be considered. It’s a show put on by idiots, I mean, professionals. They’re very, very professionalism.

 

 

 

Micromania

by Julius Ferraro & Dani Solomon

Photo by Julius Ferraro

Photo by Julius Ferraro

Trapped in the abominable TeamWorkShop with no tools but their minds, three coworkers will escape only by ridding the office of an (imaginary?) infestation. Are they emotionally equipped to handle the situation? Or will they fall prey to the infernal machinations of this mellifluous influence? An intimate theatrical performance about obsession with the tiny, inconsequential, and useless.

 

 

 

 

 

Comedy with Kate Banford

by Kate Banford

Kate Banford and her bag of Powerpoints travel around the globe teaching the world about important things like politics, climate change and how to wear makeup. Join her and her .ppt on this comedic educational adventure!

Photo by Ed Newton

Photo by Ed Newton

 

Marguerite

by Martha Stuckey

Marguerite has no friends. Marguerite has ideas. Marguerite will use ideas to have friends. Friends! Ideas! Marguerite! Ideas!

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