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DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION:
Emma Goldman’s American Years
Starting with her infamous misquote “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution” and ending with her deportation, DDR explodes the idea of Goldman: revolutionary Anarchist, free-love advocate, and “the most dangerous woman in America”.
A mash-up of contemporary dialogue, pop music, and the text from some of Goldman’s greatest speeches combine to explore the enduring concept of how to live your ideal when the world seems stacked against you. Of course, there will be dancing.
ALL MY LITTLE WORDS
a performative power point lecture on art, failure, and friendship
How do you keep your head above water?
A new devised piece about being alive right now
by Savannah Reich
1348, Avignon, France: a third of the population has been wiped out by the Bubonic Plague. The other two thirds is extremely freaked out. Part reality television, part psychedelic fever dream, this is a play about humans and the way we deal with real, actual tragedy: totally inadequately, and like assholes.
INDEPENDENT WOMEN mashes up the ideas and images of Rosie the Riveter with Beyonce; simultaneously exploring women entering the work force in WWII with what it means to be a modern independent woman today.