UPDATE: new piece at PAAFF!

UPDATE: In the wake of the election, Kaleid will be developing
new material for the showing on Thursday, November 17 at 7:00 pm.

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On Tuesday, November 8, 2016 our world changed. At 1:39 on Wednesday morning, the ensemble started texting each other with disbelief, support, and comfort.

So, we too are changing directions. We will spend this week processing the world that we live in – the election results and the days that follow – the best way that we know how: through art. Tuesday, November 8, will explore the landscape of hate in space and in the body, the pain of betrayal, and our commitment to compassion, love, and each other.

We don’t know what this will become. It won’t be “traditional theatre.” It will be urgent and rushed and raw and made over one week. And together with our audience, we will all fight hate through collaboration, emotional expression, and commitment to care for a world, even when it does not want to love us back.


Featuring:
Pratima Agrawal-Creator/Performer
Kaitlin Pribulsky-Creator/Performer
Gabriella Sanchez-Creator/Performer
Sarah Mitteldorf-Creator/Director
Daniel Ison-Sound Designer
Gina Purri-Composer
Tanaya Thomas-Choreographer


When:
Thursday, November 17
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Free!

Location:
Fleischer Art Memorial
719 Catharine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147



Old info:

Kaleid will be presenting a “discoveries we have made” showing of their upcoming piece, titles are for little witches: The Salem Bitch Trials at the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival’s Communities Series on November 17, 2016!

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Reservation Link Coming Soon!

The world is full of bitches. Or is it witches? And are they talking about them or us? In this “discoveries we have made so far” showing, the Kaleid ensemble will explore the ways that the word “bitch” is used and history of witchcraft accusations to ask: What is power? How do we take it from each other? How do we claim it for ourselves? And who needs titles anyway?

Join us for a unique opportunity to not only see how art is made, but to be part of the creation process through feedback that will help shape the piece when we truly dive into it this spring!


Featuring:
Pratima Agrawal-Creator/Performer
Nastassja Baset-Creator/Perfomer
Gabriella Sanchez-Creator/Performer
Sarah Mitteldorf-Creator/Director
Daniel Ison-Sound Designer
Gina Purri-Composer
Tanaya Thomas-Choreographer


When:
Thursday, November 17
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Free!

Location:
Fleischer Art Memorial
719 Catharine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147


Reservation link coming soon.


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