Help us fight the dulling doldrums of winter! For one night only (Saturday February 9th, 7pm-10pm) we are throwing a party at The Peale Center featuring a dazzling display of entertainments a la vaudeville. The incomparable talents of Alex & Olmsted will join your favorite performers of past Submersive productions to captivate, charm, and enthrall you with their diverse talents. In addition to performances, there will be games, activities, tasty tidbits, and a delightful variety of beverages. You will want to don your very finest early-20th century attire and prepare to be drawn into the action. Join us for a night not to be missed!Follow the event on Facebook for updates!
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Mark your calendars for the FIRST TWO WEEKENDS IN APRIL for our largest-scale production to date!
As our world becomes denser, impactful events are often described in terms of masses of people: mass migration, mass protests, mass shootings, mass communication. Hyperconnected by the internet, we are both becoming more a part of the world and more alone as individuals. An existential gulf widens: what is our role as a single person lost in the teeming crowd?
A culmination of a two week residency through the War Memorial Arts Initiative, MASS/RABBLE will be devised with an ensemble of 30 performers of different ages, ethnicities, and gender identities. The piece will use elements of Butoh dance, mask, embodied sound, immersive audience techniques, and an original soundscape to explore themes of overpopulation and how masses of bodies are affected by politics, displacement, and violence in our current era. A significant part of the devising process for MASS/RABBLE will be an intensive workshop with a guest artist from Berlin, Germany, Butoh dancer/choreographer Yuko Kaseki.
Visit the The Archives February 9th as part of our Midwinter Midway! (See Above.)
Discovered in the basement beneath The Peale Center, the Archives of the Deep Now are the records of a centuries-old secret society calling themselves The Institute of Visionary History. The Institute believed the building to be a kind of “thin place” where one can more easily transcend our present reality and contact other planes, places, and times. Their experiments combined scientific inquiry and visionary sight to uncover histories heretofore untold.
After six stunning episodes last Fall, we feel that our work at The Institute is not yet done. Follow The Institute on Facebook to keep up on the latest developments.
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