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Making Art in 2017: Annie-B Parson on 17c

August 20, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Annie-B Parson Company: Big Dance Theater Show in 2017 Festival: 17c Role in Show: Co-Creator, Co-Director, Choreographer Past Festival shows: Plan B (2004) FringeArts: Tell us a bit about your show. Where did the concept develop from? What are some questions you are tackling? Annie-B Parson: This piece is primarily an interrogation and a rendering of…

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Voice + Body: Interview with Michael Kiley

August 1, 2017 Josh 0

Sound designer, composer, and performer Michael Kiley makes music that is enticing and beautiful in its complexity, called “dramatic and beguiling” by The New York Times., Kiley is no stranger to using technology to synthesize new sounds and rhythms—in Close Music for Bodies, however, he aims to do just the opposite. Instead, the show (coming…

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Big Dance Theater takes on Samuel Pepys: Interview with Annie-B Parson

July 18, 2017 Josh 0

“In the last few years, what has become important is the uncensored rendering of his bullying, his shame around his behavior and yet his complete lack of awareness of the violence of his actions.” From Mark Twain to Euripides, Big Dance Theater is well known for their innovative and unexpected ways of using of literary…

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Faye Driscoll’s Thank You For Coming, April 14-15

April 3, 2017 Press Release 0

FringeArts presents the second chapter of Faye Driscoll’s Thank You For Coming performance series, entitled Thank You For Coming: Play.  This one-of-a-kind sensorial experience takes place April 14-15 at FringeArts’ waterfront headquarters, 140 N Columbus […]

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Annie and the Bastard

November 30, 2016 hallie 0

Annie Wilson (and her Bastard persona) were kind enough to answer a few questions about the origins and inspiration for At Home with the Humorless Bastard.  Enjoy her (their) responses below!   FA:  Do you remember where you were when you came up with the title, At home with the Humorless Bastard? Was there a particular…

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