Time: February 24, 2010 from 8pm to 10pm
Location: The Secret Theater
Street: 44-02 23rd Street
City/Town: Long Island City
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f…
Event Type: live, performances, weaving, multimedia, and, dance
Organized By: Forward Motion Theater
Latest Activity: Feb 20, 2010
Forward Motion Theater presents RE:Vision, a collaboration of live performances weaving multimedia and dance from a fresh critical perspective. The evening features six independent works by artists combining choreography, video, spoken word, and music. RE:Vision builds on Forward Motion Theater’s 6-year successful series EyeWash that fostered interdisciplinary collaborations between more than 200 digital media artists and live performers.
One night show, January 27 at 8pm, one subway stop from midtown Manhattan at The Secret Theatre 44-02 23rd St, in the Long Island City Arts Building, Long Island City, Queens. Tickets are $10. For reservations: www.secrettheatre.co or purchase at the door.
participating artists include:
Julie Fotheringham and Jarryd Lowder
Urban Wash Dance
Blue Muse Dance
Directions to Secret Theatre, in the Long Island City Arts Building, Queens:
E V – 23rd St/Ely (first stop in Queens) Exit the station on 45 Rd and walk towards the elevated train tracks. At the corner of 23 St, turn North and walk 1 block.
N W R – Queensboro Plaza Exit the station on Queens Plaza South. Walk west towards Manhattan (downhill) to 23 St, turn left and follow the elevated train tracks, 2.5 blocks.
7 G – 45th Rd/Courthouse Square Exit the station on 23 St. Follow the elevated train tracks north along 23rd St, 2 blocks.
about Forward Motion Theater:
The mission of Forward Motion Theater is to explore the combination of movement and technology through live performance and digital media. Current projects include both live theater and new performance venues through video and the web. Forward Motion Theater was incorporated as a non-profit arts organization in 2001 and has achieved 501(c)3 status. Forward Motion Theater is dedicated to exploring forms of communication that resonate regardless of social or cultural heritage, and believes this approach will open the door to a future full of diversity and understanding.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.