Springing into 2013!

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Friends and fans!

We are excited about plans for 2013!  Nearing 2 decades of harnessing this creative force-we have great plans for this new year and beyond!

Coming right up: Meet us at APAP in New York City Jan 10-15.

This is our 2nd year attending and we are excited to connect with more presenters, producers and like minded performance companies. you can find us at WHATBOX? booth #330 in the Rhinelander Hall.

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Technical director, Paul Weir will be joining Jay Ruby from The Carpetbag Brigade and Sarah East johnson from LAVA in an engaging panel presentation:

Embracing Risk as Community Strategy
SPECIAL INTEREST SESSIONS

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Where there is risk, there is reward! What unites and differentiates spectators, presenters and artists? How do each of us approach, define and understand risk in our work – the risk of the physical body, the financial investment, and confronting our relationship to values. This session will focus on how presenters, artists and spectators engage in the precarious components of building community through art through the lens of spectacle-based drama.

The Artwork of Nadia Hagen

Will be on display at Delectables  533 N 4th Ave.

Come down and check it out!  Show opens February 7.

The Chicken Sisters Return to The Whistle Stop for one night only!

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February 16, 2013 @ The Whistle Stop Depot 127 W. Fifth St. Tucson, AZ 85705

tickets go on sale in Mid January-Stay Tuned!

Flam Chen and Many Mouths host Nemcatacoa Teatro from Columbia

DSC_0255webAs always we are looking forward to this years All Souls Procession!  This year we are hosting Nemcatacoa Teatro stilt and physical theatre troupe from Columbia.  Along with our partners in crime The Carpetbag Brigade we are part of a 5 region tour over 8 months for Nemcatacoa.  We will be their grand finale for their stay in the states as they will be featured guest artists in the All Souls Procession and will be touring around Arizona form the month of October and thru the Procession.  This multi-cultural performance collaboration is made possible by funding from The Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation’s Southern Exposure Program, The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and the National Endowment for The Arts.RSCF
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