Ends TODAY 11:59 PM PLEASE PLEDGE
Gabrielle Revlock, photo by Kathryn Butler
I know we say this every year, but truly, this year’s festival was exceptional. And the reviews are rolling in — OffOffOff.com says Gabrielle Revlock’s performance “keeps [the] audience guessing and gasping” and describes Victoria Libertore’s as “masterful” and “moving and effective performance”. Thank you again for all your support!
But the work continues.
Putting together a yearly festival is a lot of work and while we were running it we fundraised quite a bit, but not enough.
Our Kickstarter ends today, Friday, June 15th at 11:59 PM. We won’t be funded unless we reach our $10,000 goal. We have a generous donor who has agreed to match your donations 1:1.
DON’T WAIT!!! Now is the time to have your contribution doubled – be quick and be generous.
PS: Great perks are still available! Read more
Thanks to all who made Performance Mix Festival: 32 a success: the performers from near and far, tech crews, University Settlement, and of course our audiences!
We hope to see all of you back next year!
Final day of Performance Mix Festival: 32: All Day Extravaganza
Fire sale – $20 – hot hot hot!
1 PM Performance
Anna Rogovoy, Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, João Costa Espinho Read more
Tonight at Performance Mix Festival
Stranger Danger: unraveling the dark side of the psyche || 7 PM
How difficult is it for one body, created and performed by Anna Rogovoy, is one white Jewish woman’s perspective on otherness and displacement, underscoring the importance of bodily autonomy via rigorous durational movement tasks and oral histories.
Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company
Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, will present Affront, a quartet that explores the tipping point when intimacy crosses into violence, peeking into the darker side of relationships and the pressures, dangers, and abuses that can arise. The movement language alternates between relaxed pedestrianism and razor-sharp precision.
João Costa Espinho
João Costa Espinho’s Simon 06.07.08.09 explores the interior journey of a man who is questioning himself as a specie. He wants to be something else. He wants to be a “thing.” Any “thing.” A less human “thing.” Simon is a strange dialogue between himself and his idea of imperfection, between himself and his own strangeness.