LightLab 16

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LightLab returns with its 16th installment.

featuring performances by:

Gregory Manley: Something To Do
“Something To Do is an exercise in how theater starts.”

Gregory Manley is the producing director for City of Play, the commissioner of the Circle Rules Federation, and the owner of Heathside Cottage. Performance credits include The Mettawee River Theater Company, the WarHorse North American Tour, The Dance Cartel, 600 Highwaymen, and The Talking Band. He is a graduate of the Experimental Theater Wing of New York University and is originally from Oakland, California.

Kim Baraka: Struction

“Struction” is an ode to all of us who go through the cycle of building, destroying, and rebuilding again and again. Rebuilding from psychological or physical chaos, loss of ideals and loved ones, ruins of war, questionings of identity and relation to the world… It is inevitable that one has to be scattered into pieces to stand taller and wider.

Hosted By: slowdanger

doors at 8pm performances start at 8:30

$5-$10 donation scale at the door.
(all proceeds benefit the artists)

Event will feature a kava and tincture bar provided by mettā: a healing arts community

Lightlab Performance Series was founded in 2013 by Taylor Knight and David Bernabo as an event series meant to encourage local dance and performance artists to experiment with form, composition, improvisation, and context. After three years of successful events with local and national artists, the series continues to present experiments and has expanded to include music performance, video screenings, art lectures, and fake lectures. In late 2014, a residency program was introduced that offered rehearsal space, connections to local dancers, and a performance slot at a Lightlab event. Lightlab is currently curated by Taylor Knight, David Bernabo, and Anna Thompson.