Events: February 2012

January, 2012       March, 2012

February 1 - February 25
Collapsable Giraffe for Jim Findlay
The premiere run of Botanica (MAP 2011), a new performance work conceived, written, and directed by Jim Findlay
February 2 - February 3
PRISM Quartet and Music from China
A world premiere performances of four new works for saxophones, traditional Chinese instruments (erhu, sheng, pipa, yanqin), and percussion by celebrated Chinese-born American composers in a program exploring the dynamic relationship between Eastern and Western, contemporary and ancient cultures.
February 2 - February 11
Rude Mechanicals
A workshop showing of CL1000P - round 2 (MAP 2010), an original, site-specific, trans-media performance installation by the Rude Mechanicals.

The Off Center

Austin, TX

February 5 - February 25
13 Playwrights, Inc.
The premiere of A Map of Virtue (MAP 2010), a new play by Erin Courtney. It will be 13P’s thirteenth production and directed by Ken Rus Schmoll.

The 4th Street Theater

New York, NY

February 16 - March 4
Youth Speaks, Inc.
The world premiere of Tree City Legends (MAP 2011), written by writer and musician Dennis Kim, directed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph and collaborative director and performer Sean San Jose, with visual design by Joan Osato, and performances by emerging members of The Living Word Project and Campo Santo ensembles.

Intersection for the Arts

San Francisco, CA

February 17 - February 18
Everett Dance Theatre
Brain Storm (MAP 2010), Everett Dance Theatre’s new multimedia dance/theater production, which examines the current state of brain research and how it will impact people with disabilities, brain injuries and emotional disorders, as well as those with "normal" brains.
February 24 - February 25
Haleakala Inc. DBA The Kitchen
The world premiere of Song From The Uproar (MAP 2011), a 70-minute, multimedia opera conceived by composer Missy Mazzoli and filmmaker Stephen Taylor in collaboration with librettist Royce Vavrek and stage director Gia Forakis and performed by the acclaimed NOW Ensemble, mezzo-soprano Abigail Fischer and a four-person chorus.

The Kitchen

New York, NY