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35 Results for Rehearsing | Practicing
Is it finished yet? Do we need to do that again? Work featured here is about onging practices of diverse kinds and forms. Some highlights that might help you to get into this theme could be the dance/conversation event with Miss Prissy, Pony Zion Garcon, Kia Labeija and Danielle Goldman and the Ueinzz Theatre Company’s No Ready Made Men which expresses an ongoing theatrical rehearsal as a way of caring for each other.
Gallery of the Streets Glasgow Open Dance School Kai Lumumba Barrow
The ongoing development of [b]reach, an abolitionist black queer retelling of Marge Piercy’s incredible feminist utopian novel Woman on the Edge of Time.
Amalle Dublon Arias Abbruzzi Davis Constantina Zavitsanos Emma Hedditch Jordan Lord Morgan Bassichis
Three days of discussions, performances, actions, dancing and food – continuing No Total’s ongoing contemplation of ways of being together and the ways Arika have been entangled in those, ever since Episode 4.
A performance of Ueinzz’s new play. Each Ueinzz performance is a process of reinvention, between exhaustion and a fleeting vision: singular, collective, anonymous, plural, suspensive, intensive, unworking life.
Inhabiting a different kind of energy, Ueinzz’s open rehearsals reveal a glimpse into their ongoing daily theatrical modes of caring – multiplying the ways in which their plays are meant to be felt, rather than understood.
An open conversation around the history and practices of the Ueinzz Theatre Company – a radical Brazilian schizoscenic theatre company of carers, so-called psychotic patients and philosophers.
An open collaborative workshop space in which games, warm-up sessions, exercises and scenes are potentially the same thing, through which to project your own concerns onto the stage.
A 3-day exploration – through performance, screenings and discussion – of the art and politics of wayward communities who refuse to be bound by the fictions of race and sex.
Glasgow Open Dance School Miss Prissy
A movement-based workshop on Krump and the politics of how we teach, learn and listen with our bodies. Move with us!
Fred Moten Saidiya Hartman
An open conversation hosted by Saidiya Hartman and Fred Moten around ‘fugitivity’ and ‘waywardness’ and what it means to be in flight, excessive or ungovernable.
Danielle Goldman Kia Labeija Miss Prissy Pony Zion
A freestyle performed conversation for bodies and voices – with the Queen of Krump, the master of Vogue Femme Dramatics and the rising star of Vogue Women’s Performance.
Daniel Carter William Parker
What might Carter and Parker’s collaboration tell us about our own performances of responsibility and liberty, whether individual, social or musical?