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BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//The Brick - ECPv4.9.13//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:The Brick X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://www.bricktheater.com X-WR-CALDESC:Events for The Brick BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/New_York BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:20200308T070000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:20201101T060000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200405T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200405T170000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200218T211136Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200220T163948Z UID:460-1586098800-1586106000@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs DESCRIPTION:For 12 years now\, Aaron Meicht and Scott Blumenthal have been creating the world of the Collective Sphere OZET\, an agrarian space colony\, through live performances\, films\, and recordings.  A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs uses a decade of songs to tell OZET’s story from start to finish for the first time.  Joining Meicht and Blumenthal are long-time collaborator Daniel Baker and a stellar band featuring drummer Kate Gentile\, bassist Devin Hoff\, and guitarist Taylor Levine. \nWords and music by Scott Blumenthal and Aaron Meicht \nFEATURING: \nDaniel Baker: Vocals \nScott Blumenthal: Vocals\, Acoustic Guitar \nKate Gentile: drums \nDevin Hoff: Electric Bass \nTaylor Levine: Electric Guitar \nAaron Meicht: Vocals\, Keyboards\, Trumpet \nPhillip Peglow: Sound Mixer \nCha See: Lighting Design \nBroken Chord: Sound Design \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/a-scale-unfamiliar-ozet-songs/2020-04-05/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ozet-band-1-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200404T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200404T220000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200218T211136Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200220T163947Z UID:459-1586030400-1586037600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs DESCRIPTION:For 12 years now\, Aaron Meicht and Scott Blumenthal have been creating the world of the Collective Sphere OZET\, an agrarian space colony\, through live performances\, films\, and recordings.  A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs uses a decade of songs to tell OZET’s story from start to finish for the first time.  Joining Meicht and Blumenthal are long-time collaborator Daniel Baker and a stellar band featuring drummer Kate Gentile\, bassist Devin Hoff\, and guitarist Taylor Levine. \nWords and music by Scott Blumenthal and Aaron Meicht \nFEATURING: \nDaniel Baker: Vocals \nScott Blumenthal: Vocals\, Acoustic Guitar \nKate Gentile: drums \nDevin Hoff: Electric Bass \nTaylor Levine: Electric Guitar \nAaron Meicht: Vocals\, Keyboards\, Trumpet \nPhillip Peglow: Sound Mixer \nCha See: Lighting Design \nBroken Chord: Sound Design \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/a-scale-unfamiliar-ozet-songs/2020-04-04/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ozet-band-1-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200403T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200403T220000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200218T211136Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200220T163947Z UID:458-1585944000-1585951200@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs DESCRIPTION:For 12 years now\, Aaron Meicht and Scott Blumenthal have been creating the world of the Collective Sphere OZET\, an agrarian space colony\, through live performances\, films\, and recordings.  A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs uses a decade of songs to tell OZET’s story from start to finish for the first time.  Joining Meicht and Blumenthal are long-time collaborator Daniel Baker and a stellar band featuring drummer Kate Gentile\, bassist Devin Hoff\, and guitarist Taylor Levine. \nWords and music by Scott Blumenthal and Aaron Meicht \nFEATURING: \nDaniel Baker: Vocals \nScott Blumenthal: Vocals\, Acoustic Guitar \nKate Gentile: drums \nDevin Hoff: Electric Bass \nTaylor Levine: Electric Guitar \nAaron Meicht: Vocals\, Keyboards\, Trumpet \nPhillip Peglow: Sound Mixer \nCha See: Lighting Design \nBroken Chord: Sound Design \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/a-scale-unfamiliar-ozet-songs/2020-04-03/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ozet-band-1-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200402T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200402T220000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200218T211136Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200220T163947Z UID:457-1585857600-1585864800@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs DESCRIPTION:For 12 years now\, Aaron Meicht and Scott Blumenthal have been creating the world of the Collective Sphere OZET\, an agrarian space colony\, through live performances\, films\, and recordings.  A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs uses a decade of songs to tell OZET’s story from start to finish for the first time.  Joining Meicht and Blumenthal are long-time collaborator Daniel Baker and a stellar band featuring drummer Kate Gentile\, bassist Devin Hoff\, and guitarist Taylor Levine. \nWords and music by Scott Blumenthal and Aaron Meicht \nFEATURING: \nDaniel Baker: Vocals \nScott Blumenthal: Vocals\, Acoustic Guitar \nKate Gentile: drums \nDevin Hoff: Electric Bass \nTaylor Levine: Electric Guitar \nAaron Meicht: Vocals\, Keyboards\, Trumpet \nPhillip Peglow: Sound Mixer \nCha See: Lighting Design \nBroken Chord: Sound Design \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/a-scale-unfamiliar-ozet-songs/2020-04-02/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ozet-band-1-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200401T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200401T220000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200218T211136Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200220T163946Z UID:449-1585771200-1585778400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs DESCRIPTION:For 12 years now\, Aaron Meicht and Scott Blumenthal have been creating the world of the Collective Sphere OZET\, an agrarian space colony\, through live performances\, films\, and recordings.  A Scale Unfamiliar: OZET Songs uses a decade of songs to tell OZET’s story from start to finish for the first time.  Joining Meicht and Blumenthal are long-time collaborator Daniel Baker and a stellar band featuring drummer Kate Gentile\, bassist Devin Hoff\, and guitarist Taylor Levine. \nWords and music by Scott Blumenthal and Aaron Meicht \nFEATURING: \nDaniel Baker: Vocals \nScott Blumenthal: Vocals\, Acoustic Guitar \nKate Gentile: drums \nDevin Hoff: Electric Bass \nTaylor Levine: Electric Guitar \nAaron Meicht: Vocals\, Keyboards\, Trumpet \nPhillip Peglow: Sound Mixer \nCha See: Lighting Design \nBroken Chord: Sound Design \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/a-scale-unfamiliar-ozet-songs/2020-04-01/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ozet-band-1-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200329T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200329T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T191828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T071333Z UID:372-1585512000-1585515600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:DEVOTION DEVOTION DESCRIPTION:DEVOTION DEVOTION is an experimental performance by dance artist Lydia Mokdessi and musician Jason Bartell. \nThe duo have developed shared practices of sonic and physical droning\, navigating a series of structural trap doors that invite dissonance and distortion in order to de-fetishize the artistic “hand.” \nDeconstructed memories and cinematic debris are conjured and pressurized into opulent loops and choreography that trouble the relationship of the body to identity\, spectatorship\, objectification\, service\, submission\, and control\, attempting to obstruct intentional decisions-making\, erase authorship\, and locate a shared intuition. \nFEATURING: \nJason Bartell\, creator and performer \nSyd Island\, vocalist \nLydia Mokdessi\, creator and performer \n***Special guest artists TBA \nPhoto credit – Danny Young \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan Avenue\nMarch 26-29 @ 8pm\nand\nMarch 28 @ 2pm\n \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/devotion-devotion/2020-03-29/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DevotionX2-1-1-1.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200328T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200328T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T191828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T071332Z UID:371-1585425600-1585429200@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:DEVOTION DEVOTION DESCRIPTION:DEVOTION DEVOTION is an experimental performance by dance artist Lydia Mokdessi and musician Jason Bartell. \nThe duo have developed shared practices of sonic and physical droning\, navigating a series of structural trap doors that invite dissonance and distortion in order to de-fetishize the artistic “hand.” \nDeconstructed memories and cinematic debris are conjured and pressurized into opulent loops and choreography that trouble the relationship of the body to identity\, spectatorship\, objectification\, service\, submission\, and control\, attempting to obstruct intentional decisions-making\, erase authorship\, and locate a shared intuition. \nFEATURING: \nJason Bartell\, creator and performer \nSyd Island\, vocalist \nLydia Mokdessi\, creator and performer \n***Special guest artists TBA \nPhoto credit – Danny Young \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan Avenue\nMarch 26-29 @ 8pm\nand\nMarch 28 @ 2pm\n \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/devotion-devotion/2020-03-28/2/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DevotionX2-1-1-1.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200328T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200328T150000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T191828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T071332Z UID:370-1585404000-1585407600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:DEVOTION DEVOTION DESCRIPTION:DEVOTION DEVOTION is an experimental performance by dance artist Lydia Mokdessi and musician Jason Bartell. \nThe duo have developed shared practices of sonic and physical droning\, navigating a series of structural trap doors that invite dissonance and distortion in order to de-fetishize the artistic “hand.” \nDeconstructed memories and cinematic debris are conjured and pressurized into opulent loops and choreography that trouble the relationship of the body to identity\, spectatorship\, objectification\, service\, submission\, and control\, attempting to obstruct intentional decisions-making\, erase authorship\, and locate a shared intuition. \nFEATURING: \nJason Bartell\, creator and performer \nSyd Island\, vocalist \nLydia Mokdessi\, creator and performer \n***Special guest artists TBA \nPhoto credit – Danny Young \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan Avenue\nMarch 26-29 @ 8pm\nand\nMarch 28 @ 2pm\n \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/devotion-devotion/2020-03-28/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DevotionX2-1-1-1.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200327T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200327T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T191828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T071332Z UID:369-1585339200-1585342800@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:DEVOTION DEVOTION DESCRIPTION:DEVOTION DEVOTION is an experimental performance by dance artist Lydia Mokdessi and musician Jason Bartell. \nThe duo have developed shared practices of sonic and physical droning\, navigating a series of structural trap doors that invite dissonance and distortion in order to de-fetishize the artistic “hand.” \nDeconstructed memories and cinematic debris are conjured and pressurized into opulent loops and choreography that trouble the relationship of the body to identity\, spectatorship\, objectification\, service\, submission\, and control\, attempting to obstruct intentional decisions-making\, erase authorship\, and locate a shared intuition. \nFEATURING: \nJason Bartell\, creator and performer \nSyd Island\, vocalist \nLydia Mokdessi\, creator and performer \n***Special guest artists TBA \nPhoto credit – Danny Young \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan Avenue\nMarch 26-29 @ 8pm\nand\nMarch 28 @ 2pm\n \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/devotion-devotion/2020-03-27/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DevotionX2-1-1-1.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200326T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200326T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T191828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T071332Z UID:366-1585252800-1585256400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:DEVOTION DEVOTION DESCRIPTION:DEVOTION DEVOTION is an experimental performance by dance artist Lydia Mokdessi and musician Jason Bartell. \nThe duo have developed shared practices of sonic and physical droning\, navigating a series of structural trap doors that invite dissonance and distortion in order to de-fetishize the artistic “hand.” \nDeconstructed memories and cinematic debris are conjured and pressurized into opulent loops and choreography that trouble the relationship of the body to identity\, spectatorship\, objectification\, service\, submission\, and control\, attempting to obstruct intentional decisions-making\, erase authorship\, and locate a shared intuition. \nFEATURING: \nJason Bartell\, creator and performer \nSyd Island\, vocalist \nLydia Mokdessi\, creator and performer \n***Special guest artists TBA \nPhoto credit – Danny Young \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan Avenue\nMarch 26-29 @ 8pm\nand\nMarch 28 @ 2pm\n \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/devotion-devotion/2020-03-26/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/DevotionX2-1-1-1.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200322T160000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200322T170000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205349Z UID:396-1584892800-1584896400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-22/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200321T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200321T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205348Z UID:395-1584820800-1584824400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-21/3/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200320T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200320T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205348Z UID:393-1584734400-1584738000@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-20/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200319T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200319T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205348Z UID:392-1584648000-1584651600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-19/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200318T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200318T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205348Z UID:391-1584561600-1584565200@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-18/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200315T160000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200315T170000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205348Z UID:390-1584288000-1584291600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-15/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200314T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200314T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205347Z UID:389-1584216000-1584219600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-14/2/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200313T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200313T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205347Z UID:387-1584129600-1584133200@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-13/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200312T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200312T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205347Z UID:386-1584043200-1584046800@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-12/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200311T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200311T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T194226Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200218T205347Z UID:382-1583956800-1583960400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:LAPA DESCRIPTION:LAPA is a mesmerizing language machine for the theater following Landman’s journey to pluck a newly formed star called Agam The Swan: “whoever tears down this star may choose to be freed from dreaming.” Treating language with the material curiosity of early abstract artists LAPA exposes the border of language and sound\, of poetry and meaning. The Million Underscores stage this genre-bending work\, modulating between visual composition\, soundscape\, performance\, and choreography\, to emphasize the distance between words\, objects\, sound\, and the body.  Amidst Industrialization\, the human ability to reach beyond the terrestrial\, and a decrepit heaven\, LAPA is a ballad for the end of dreaming. \nProduced by The Million Underscores_ _ and The Brick Theater  \nWritten by: Daniil Kharms  \nDirected by: Timothy Scott and Nicolás Noreña \nTranslation from Russian: C. Dylan Basset and Emma Winsor Wood\, Matvei Yankelevich \nFeaturing: Hannah Gross\, Marija Kovačević\, Alessandro Magania\, Madison Mayer\, Erin Mullin\, Nicolás Noreña and Timothy Scott  \nAssistant Director: Madison Mayer  \nLighting Design: Daisy Long  \nScenic Design: Nicolás Noreña  \nPoster design: Emma Berliner  \n  \nThe Million Underscores are a “mad and wonderful” (David Herskovits- Target Margin Theater) experimental theater company based in Brooklyn under the artistic direction of Nicolas Noreña. Founded in Summer 2013  the company has developed alongside a qualitative study of numbers\, and experiments in aesthetic drive\, abstract composition\, and collaborative writing.  \nTheir work has been presented at MoMA\, Target Margin Theater\, Vital Joint\, Triskelion Arts\, Mabou Mines\, Movement Research\, and The Brick Theater among others.  \nWe make highly visual and physical eccentric theater works that interrogate the action and form of theater. We value every element of performance as an independent voice. Through density\, multidirectionality and juxtaposition we generate fields for the audience to notice\, think and reify modes of perception\, organization and understanding. \n  \n \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/lapa/2020-03-11/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/image0.jpeg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200307T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200307T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T190327Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200214T215212Z UID:361-1583611200-1583614800@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:Wallies DESCRIPTION:This play\, which is a hilarious romp\, is at the raucous intersection of surveillance and hilarious comedy. \nWritten & performed by Simple Town. \nSimple Town is Caroline Yost\, Will Niedmann\, Sam Lanier\, Ian Faria & Felipe Di Poi. \nIs your relationship worth saving in this Police State of Mind\, which is at the intersection of surveillance and comedy? In this hilarious romp\, Simple Town raucously explores themes of surveillance and relationships.  \nMarch 5\, 6\, 7 at 8pm \nParty to follow the Saturday\, March 7 show! \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/wallies/2020-03-07/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Wallies_Poster_Draft-02_Wide.png END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200306T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200306T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T190327Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200214T215211Z UID:360-1583524800-1583528400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:Wallies DESCRIPTION:This play\, which is a hilarious romp\, is at the raucous intersection of surveillance and hilarious comedy. \nWritten & performed by Simple Town. \nSimple Town is Caroline Yost\, Will Niedmann\, Sam Lanier\, Ian Faria & Felipe Di Poi. \nIs your relationship worth saving in this Police State of Mind\, which is at the intersection of surveillance and comedy? In this hilarious romp\, Simple Town raucously explores themes of surveillance and relationships.  \nMarch 5\, 6\, 7 at 8pm \nParty to follow the Saturday\, March 7 show! \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/wallies/2020-03-06/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Wallies_Poster_Draft-02_Wide.png END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200305T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200305T210000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200211T190327Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200214T215211Z UID:356-1583438400-1583442000@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:Wallies DESCRIPTION:This play\, which is a hilarious romp\, is at the raucous intersection of surveillance and hilarious comedy. \nWritten & performed by Simple Town. \nSimple Town is Caroline Yost\, Will Niedmann\, Sam Lanier\, Ian Faria & Felipe Di Poi. \nIs your relationship worth saving in this Police State of Mind\, which is at the intersection of surveillance and comedy? In this hilarious romp\, Simple Town raucously explores themes of surveillance and relationships.  \nMarch 5\, 6\, 7 at 8pm \nParty to follow the Saturday\, March 7 show! \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/wallies/2020-03-05/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Wallies_Poster_Draft-02_Wide.png END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200301T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200301T183000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200127T182131Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200127T182446Z UID:328-1583082000-1583087400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:Community Exercises for Sanctuary Spaces DESCRIPTION:Directed and Choreographed by Brendan Drake in collaboration with the performers \nFeaturing: Quentin Burley\, Lena Engelstein\, Shannon Nash and Calvin Tsang \n  \nCommunity Exercises for Sanctuary Spaces is an interdisciplinary work for five performers using movement\, original text and sound to unearth how emulation and impersonation can function as a coping mechanism for navigating modern systems of gendered power dynamics and homophobia. Drawing explicit connections between the benediction of the blessed sacrement in Catholic Mass tradition\, and the ritualistic nature that builds certain queer communities through mutual adulation for female icons and shared trauma\, we show how the psychological understandings of how this type of fantasy and worship both helps and hinders the development of these social understandings.  \n  \nAlong with an underlying focus on pop cultural icons\, the work posits a number of questions on the nature of what we mean when we reference a “safe space.” Similarly\, this work interrogates how the word “sanctuary” plays a role in rooting itself in safety\, and how that differs vastly across various artistic communities. For example\, we are thinking deeply on how the studio or the theater is often a sanctuary space for dancers\, drawing similarities to nightclubs as a longtime sanctuary space for queer life.  \n  \nCOMMUNITY EXERCISES FOR SANCTUARY SPACES is sponsored\, in part\, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.  Additional development of COMMUNITY EXERCISES was made possible with support from The Floor\, Danspace Project Draftwork Series\, DanceNOW NYC and individual donors.  \n*Presented as part of The Exponential Festival 2020 at Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation \nPhoto Credit for Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation photos – Whitney Brown\nPhoto Credit for St Marks Church photo – Shannon Nash \n  \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan \n$20 \nNo BYOB \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/community-exercises-for-sanctuary-spaces/2020-03-01/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/K0A5989-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200228T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200228T213000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200127T182131Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200127T182446Z UID:323-1582920000-1582925400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:Community Exercises for Sanctuary Spaces DESCRIPTION:Directed and Choreographed by Brendan Drake in collaboration with the performers \nFeaturing: Quentin Burley\, Lena Engelstein\, Shannon Nash and Calvin Tsang \n  \nCommunity Exercises for Sanctuary Spaces is an interdisciplinary work for five performers using movement\, original text and sound to unearth how emulation and impersonation can function as a coping mechanism for navigating modern systems of gendered power dynamics and homophobia. Drawing explicit connections between the benediction of the blessed sacrement in Catholic Mass tradition\, and the ritualistic nature that builds certain queer communities through mutual adulation for female icons and shared trauma\, we show how the psychological understandings of how this type of fantasy and worship both helps and hinders the development of these social understandings.  \n  \nAlong with an underlying focus on pop cultural icons\, the work posits a number of questions on the nature of what we mean when we reference a “safe space.” Similarly\, this work interrogates how the word “sanctuary” plays a role in rooting itself in safety\, and how that differs vastly across various artistic communities. For example\, we are thinking deeply on how the studio or the theater is often a sanctuary space for dancers\, drawing similarities to nightclubs as a longtime sanctuary space for queer life.  \n  \nCOMMUNITY EXERCISES FOR SANCTUARY SPACES is sponsored\, in part\, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.  Additional development of COMMUNITY EXERCISES was made possible with support from The Floor\, Danspace Project Draftwork Series\, DanceNOW NYC and individual donors.  \n*Presented as part of The Exponential Festival 2020 at Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation \nPhoto Credit for Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation photos – Whitney Brown\nPhoto Credit for St Marks Church photo – Shannon Nash \n  \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan \n$20 \nNo BYOB \n \n  \n  \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/community-exercises-for-sanctuary-spaces/2020-02-28/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/K0A5989-scaled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200224T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200224T230000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200127T191150Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200206T230729Z UID:332-1582574400-1582585200@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:BrickFlix presents BILL MORRISON’S DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME (2016) DESCRIPTION:On February 24th\, we’re proud to present Bill Morrison’s Dawson City: Frozen Time (2016)\, widely acclaimed as one of the decade’s top ten films. \nLive music by a special guest to be announced the day of the show. \nDirector Bill Morrison (Decasia) will attend. \n  \nBrickFlix is programmed by PHIL HARTMAN — filmmaker (No Picnic)\, theater owner (The Pioneer)\, festival producer (HOWL!) and pizza provocateur (Two Boots). Vintage shorts are curated by legendary cinefile and archivist GARY BALABAN\, “NYC’s premier purveyor of Pop Culture” (Village Voice).  \nPizza Courtesy of Two Boots \nThe Brick – 579 Metropolitan Avenue \nDoors at 7pm\, Film at 8pm \n$10 \nNO BYOB \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/brickflix-presents-bill-morrisons-dawson-city-frozen-time-2016/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Dawson-Hi-Res.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200223T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200223T163000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200111T164441Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T144456Z UID:241-1582470000-1582475400@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls DESCRIPTION:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls is a play with film and music. The play explores the inner lives of two women- a grandmother and granddaughter- who have experienced an unspeakable loss. They live in a ranch house together\, trapped in Colorado\, and ruled by their inherited domestic rituals. They go to the store\, they dress up in fancy clothes\, they smoke cigarettes\, they sink into depression\, they dread the phone’s ringing\, and they drink very tall glasses of whole milk. All is revealed when they are visited by the Woman Next Door. \nMerging film clips\, movement\, and scripted dialogues with texts from Adrienne Rich\, Gloria Steinem\, Julie London\, Judy Garland\, and Andy Warhol in the tradition of Kathy Acker\, the characters’ identities blur as they seek a more fulfilling way to exist. \nThe ranch house\, both a solace and a prison\, serves as a setting to explore dread of the domestic\, empty suburban lifestyles\, and the violent alienation just beneath the surface of American culture. \nDirector: Genee Coreno \nStage Manager: Cara Cincione \nSet Designer: Emily Greco \nLighting Designer: Marika Kent \nVideo Design: Dena Kopolovich \nSound Design: Margaret Montagna \nFEATURING: \nWoman of the House: Kelsey Lurie \nWoman Next Door: Violet Wang \nWoman: Lilja Owsley \nFebruary 13\, 14\, 15\, 20\, 21\, 22 @ 8PM and 16\, 23 @ 3PM \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/the-hopelessly-hopeless-story-of-all-good-girls/2020-02-23/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/17-12-20_KelseyLurie_JeanPaulGomez_5_1340_c.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Fringe%20and%20Fur":MAILTO:kelsey@fringeandfur.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200222T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200222T213000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200111T164441Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T144456Z UID:240-1582401600-1582407000@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls DESCRIPTION:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls is a play with film and music. The play explores the inner lives of two women- a grandmother and granddaughter- who have experienced an unspeakable loss. They live in a ranch house together\, trapped in Colorado\, and ruled by their inherited domestic rituals. They go to the store\, they dress up in fancy clothes\, they smoke cigarettes\, they sink into depression\, they dread the phone’s ringing\, and they drink very tall glasses of whole milk. All is revealed when they are visited by the Woman Next Door. \nMerging film clips\, movement\, and scripted dialogues with texts from Adrienne Rich\, Gloria Steinem\, Julie London\, Judy Garland\, and Andy Warhol in the tradition of Kathy Acker\, the characters’ identities blur as they seek a more fulfilling way to exist. \nThe ranch house\, both a solace and a prison\, serves as a setting to explore dread of the domestic\, empty suburban lifestyles\, and the violent alienation just beneath the surface of American culture. \nDirector: Genee Coreno \nStage Manager: Cara Cincione \nSet Designer: Emily Greco \nLighting Designer: Marika Kent \nVideo Design: Dena Kopolovich \nSound Design: Margaret Montagna \nFEATURING: \nWoman of the House: Kelsey Lurie \nWoman Next Door: Violet Wang \nWoman: Lilja Owsley \nFebruary 13\, 14\, 15\, 20\, 21\, 22 @ 8PM and 16\, 23 @ 3PM \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/the-hopelessly-hopeless-story-of-all-good-girls/2020-02-22/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/17-12-20_KelseyLurie_JeanPaulGomez_5_1340_c.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Fringe%20and%20Fur":MAILTO:kelsey@fringeandfur.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200221T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200221T213000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200111T164441Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T144456Z UID:239-1582315200-1582320600@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls DESCRIPTION:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls is a play with film and music. The play explores the inner lives of two women- a grandmother and granddaughter- who have experienced an unspeakable loss. They live in a ranch house together\, trapped in Colorado\, and ruled by their inherited domestic rituals. They go to the store\, they dress up in fancy clothes\, they smoke cigarettes\, they sink into depression\, they dread the phone’s ringing\, and they drink very tall glasses of whole milk. All is revealed when they are visited by the Woman Next Door. \nMerging film clips\, movement\, and scripted dialogues with texts from Adrienne Rich\, Gloria Steinem\, Julie London\, Judy Garland\, and Andy Warhol in the tradition of Kathy Acker\, the characters’ identities blur as they seek a more fulfilling way to exist. \nThe ranch house\, both a solace and a prison\, serves as a setting to explore dread of the domestic\, empty suburban lifestyles\, and the violent alienation just beneath the surface of American culture. \nDirector: Genee Coreno \nStage Manager: Cara Cincione \nSet Designer: Emily Greco \nLighting Designer: Marika Kent \nVideo Design: Dena Kopolovich \nSound Design: Margaret Montagna \nFEATURING: \nWoman of the House: Kelsey Lurie \nWoman Next Door: Violet Wang \nWoman: Lilja Owsley \nFebruary 13\, 14\, 15\, 20\, 21\, 22 @ 8PM and 16\, 23 @ 3PM \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/the-hopelessly-hopeless-story-of-all-good-girls/2020-02-21/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/17-12-20_KelseyLurie_JeanPaulGomez_5_1340_c.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Fringe%20and%20Fur":MAILTO:kelsey@fringeandfur.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200220T200000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200220T213000 DTSTAMP:20200221T185501 CREATED:20200111T164441Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200213T144457Z UID:238-1582228800-1582234200@www.bricktheater.com SUMMARY:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls DESCRIPTION:The Hopelessly Hopeless Story of All Good Girls is a play with film and music. The play explores the inner lives of two women- a grandmother and granddaughter- who have experienced an unspeakable loss. They live in a ranch house together\, trapped in Colorado\, and ruled by their inherited domestic rituals. They go to the store\, they dress up in fancy clothes\, they smoke cigarettes\, they sink into depression\, they dread the phone’s ringing\, and they drink very tall glasses of whole milk. All is revealed when they are visited by the Woman Next Door. \nMerging film clips\, movement\, and scripted dialogues with texts from Adrienne Rich\, Gloria Steinem\, Julie London\, Judy Garland\, and Andy Warhol in the tradition of Kathy Acker\, the characters’ identities blur as they seek a more fulfilling way to exist. \nThe ranch house\, both a solace and a prison\, serves as a setting to explore dread of the domestic\, empty suburban lifestyles\, and the violent alienation just beneath the surface of American culture. \nDirector: Genee Coreno \nStage Manager: Cara Cincione \nSet Designer: Emily Greco \nLighting Designer: Marika Kent \nVideo Design: Dena Kopolovich \nSound Design: Margaret Montagna \nFEATURING: \nWoman of the House: Kelsey Lurie \nWoman Next Door: Violet Wang \nWoman: Lilja Owsley \nFebruary 13\, 14\, 15\, 20\, 21\, 22 @ 8PM and 16\, 23 @ 3PM \n URL:https://www.bricktheater.com/event/the-hopelessly-hopeless-story-of-all-good-girls/2020-02-20/ LOCATION:Brick Theater\, 579 Metropolitan Ave\, Brooklyn\, 11211\, United States ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://www.bricktheater.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/17-12-20_KelseyLurie_JeanPaulGomez_5_1340_c.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Fringe%20and%20Fur":MAILTO:kelsey@fringeandfur.org END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR