Looking for visual and performance collaborators (Hotel Congress)
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Date: 2008-06-16, 1:29PM MST
The Project: Valley of Ashes, A Book Club Burlesque
Calling artists and performers: burlesque dancers, installation artists, designers, photographers, musicians, circus and variety performers, film makers, puppeteers, actors, freaks, the bizarre, strange, and subversive
The entire evening will be lightly themed around the novel The Great Gatsby. Major themes include: 1920s playground of the supper rich, decadence, drinking, flappers, love, money, cars, classism, affairs, murder, the summer, etc. These themes can be interpreted in any way, so almost any act can be incorporated.
The show will run like a variety show with an MC
(1)Designers and artist interested in transforming the space, trough decoration, lighting, installation, etc (tell me you ideas)
(2)wide range of acts (3-7 minutes) that connect to the themes of the book. We interested in all kinds of mediums and content.
Thursday July 3rd @ Hotel Congress
Call time 5:30 or afternoon to install art
Please Contact me ASAP with interest or questions
This show is a continuation of the Book Club Burlesque Variety Show Series that has been running in NYC. This will be the 7th show in the series, the past books have been Lolita, Valley of the Dolls, The Scarlet Letter, Archie Comic Books, The Collected Tales of the Brothers Grimm, Less than Zero, and Siddhartha (upcoming July, NYC) Produced by Inbred Hybrid Collective and MIX NYC.
Book Club Burlesques are installation and performance collaborations inspired by works of literature; a vaudeville-style variety show with burlesque, circus, clown, specialty acts, an outrageous interactive ensemble and more.
The purpose is to bring back the ‘variety show’ format as well as to expose neo-variety performance artists.
- Location: Hotel Congress
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