Stripped Bare: Arts Incubator Project

Nov 13, 2017 – May 15, 2018
DaysTime
Sun, Jan 14
Mon, Jan 15
Sun, May 13
Tue, May 15
Sun, Nov 18
Mon, Nov 19
7pm – 9:30pm
Free!
Free!

Description

"Stripped Bare" focuses on projects that emphasize words and ideas, with minimal technical elements, and encourages artists to think about the essentials of theatre “stripped of” intricate sets, lights, props, sound design, and costumes. The focus will be on actors, words, passion, and ideas. Each winner will get up to three days in Synchronicity Theatre’s performance space. They will receive a technician, producer and/or facility manager, house manager, and a box office staffer for each performance. Each project will also receive marketing support and mention on Synchronicity’s website.

Schedule:

Monday, 11/13 and Tuesday, 11/14:
"Inch by Inch" by Rachel Graf Evans

Bridget and her partner Wyn have returned to Bridget's hometown for her mother's funeral. Bridget learns that she has inherited the house and vegetable garden, and finds she must reconcile her own deep-seated fears about family and identity before the Garden will let her leave.

Monday, 1/15/18 and Tuesday, 1/16/18:
"2 The Left: A Tribute to the Life of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes" by Kerisse Hutchinson

"2 The Left: A Tribute to the Life of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes" is an entertaining and inspiring multimedia, one-woman show filled with music, dance, and heart about TLC’s (the 90’s Atlanta-bred, highest-selling girl group of all time) most controversial member “Left Eye” who tragically passed away at the age of 30. Told with her signature high energy and unabashed honesty, Lisa invites fans to an exclusive listen to her solo album that introduces us to pivotal moments and people throughout her life. As self-revelations begin to unearth, she’s led to seek out her true purpose: encouraging her fans to do the same. Dedicated “2 The Left” in us: What will you live for? What will you die for? What will your legacy be?

Monday, 5/14 and Tuesday, 5/15:
"The Ood: A Field Guide to Apocalyptic Worlds for _________ Children" by Danielle Deadwyler and Minka Wiltz

From within a liminal womb, a triptych of women figures navigate the specters of their children across troubled terrain – present, past, and future. Sound tracked by an Opera, tongues (glossolalia) and hip hop aesthetic, The Ood guide those in incubation, questioning motherhood, language, the sexbody, and myth in this performance art experience.

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