HERE Arts Center presents its highly esteemed annual festival of multidisciplinary works by nine resident artists. This festival is a part of HERE's 2004-05 season featuring six premiere productions developed by their resident artists, three festivals, three visual art exhibitions and the anticipated purchase of their space.
Wednesday & Thursday, January 5th and 6th at 8:30 PM
Kim Mayhorn's afrocentric dance-theatre piece Zong (5-15 min) and Joshua Fried's radiowave performance piece Radio Wonderland (20-30 min)
Friday & Saturday, January 7th and 8th at 8:30 PM
Mallory Catlett's new music-theatre play The Littlewood Project (20-30 min) and Freefall's (Lynn Brown and Lynn Marie Ruse) multidimensional physical theatre work, Clever Hans (20-30 min)
Sunday, January 9th at 8:30 PM
Kate Brehm's experimental puppetry piece A Seemingly Unified Spectacle (30-35 min) and Lake Simons's puppet musical version of Alice in Wonderland (25 min)
Monday & Tuesday, January 10th and 11th at 8:30 PM
NERVE'S (Alyse Rothman) imagery theatre PHENOMENON (over 45 minutes)
Wednesday & Thursday, January 12th and 13th at 8:30 PM
Thalia Field/Jamie Jewett's poetry and dance piece REST/LESS (over 45 minutes)
Friday & Saturday, January 14th and 15th at 9:00 PM
Ruth Margraff and Nikos Brisco's Mediterranean opera Café Antarsia (over 45 minutes)
The work in the Culturemart Festival is distinguished by the unique versions of what HERE Executive Director Kristin Marting calls "hybrid" performance. It is called hybrid because it approaches a seamless integration of artistic disciplines aimed at reflecting the complex age of imagery and information in which we live.