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reveries and elegies - at senseofplace LAB : Baker Beach
Daily Event: 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM (PST)
reveries and elegies is Mary Armentrout’s new site specific performance project – a shifting, wandering installation that is trying to deal with a shifting, ungraspable subject: change, loss, dislocation
life is so strange, life is so strange – it’s always changing and always staying the same
I promise the show will be different every night
I promise the show will be special every night
I promise that you won’t see ALL the shows (even if you come to each and every one)
(life is so strange, life is so strange)
-you WANT to be in control
-you WANT to have it all
(you secretly yearn to run into the fact that you’re not in control at all)
(you secretly yearn to be released into the knowledge that life is ungraspable – not only by
everyone else, but also by you)
2 shows only at senseofplace LAB : Baker Beach
-February 23rd and 24th, 2013, at 3:30pm
for this one we will be meeting at the north parking lot of Baker Beach at 3:30pm, and you will be caravanned to where the piece starts. the piece ends at Baker Beach, and during the piece we will all walk about ten minutes down the hill to the beach.
NOTE: since this show happens in conjunction with sundown, show times are a little wacky and very specific, all shows start promptly at their start times, and the space will be open a half hour before the show start time
sound by Pamela Z and Evelyn Ficarra
video by Ian Winters
seating is VERY limited and shows will sell out – get your tickets early!
tickets only thru Eventbrite – no tickets at the door
informal reception always on after the show – eats and drinks
more info: call 510 289 5188 or maryarmentroutdancetheater.com
also, as this is a show that happens in winter in the bay area, and we will be outside at sunset for each show, it MAY rain on us! I will look forward to this occurrence. Please come dressed for wandering outside in wintertime – walking shoes, warm clothes, UMBRELLAS if needed…