May 24 - June 17
Individual creativity and adventurous performance come to life in New Works 4 Weeks, Red Eye’s annual festival. Over the years Works-In-Progress and Isolated Acts – the venerable programs that comprise the festival – have served as artistic incubators for more than 300 pieces in a range of disciplines including: dance, theater, movement theater, puppetry, music, and new multidisciplinary forms where disciplines intersect and transform. The festival provides emerging artists with a platform to bring new ideas to light and audiences with the
chance to be introduced to fresh work by some of the area’s most exciting up-and-coming artists.
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Week One: Works-In-Progress, May 24-27
fitter perception by Alana Horton and Patrick Marschke, Matryoshka by Anna Johnson, USWE(I) by Arneshia Williams, Term Frequency by Billy Noble, Scrap Meaning by Kaya Lovestrand
Week Two: ISOLATED ACTS, May 31 + June 1-3 (Double Bill)
The Speculative Sentence by Sharon Picasso + Here’s How (Refuted) by Anat Shinar
Week Three: ISOLATED ACTS, June 7-9 (Double Bill)
THE MONICA MEDITATIONS by Paige Collette + FROM BLACK WOMBS by Queen Drea
Week Four: ISOLATED ACTS, June 14-17 (Double Bill)
The Crapture by Dolo McComb + Guriga by Amal Rogers