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Performances

Alternate Visions Festival

June 10, 2010–July 25, 2010

Deconstructing boundaries between artists and audiences during the artistic development process, the Alternate Visions Festival presents readings, works in progress and a world premiere. Join us for an aesthetically diverse array of new voices whose work demonstrates the transformations of our culture. Tickets now on sale!

Staged Readings In Repertory:

Curiosities
Written by Heid E. Erdrich
Directed by Dipankar Mukherjee
June 10, 12
7:30 PM
Pangea Studio

The true story of Maungwudaus, an Ojibwe man who traveled with the artist George Caitlin in Europe in the nineteenth century.

The Nguyens
Written by Bao Phi
June 11, 13
7:30 PM
Pangea Studio

A performance work based on Bao Phi’s spoken word poems that explore fictional characters from across America all with the last name of Nguyen.

Works in progress double bill:

Pangea World Theater Ensemble members Katie Herron Robb and Katie Ka Vang
June 24-27
7:30 PM
Pangea Studio

Solo Flight
Written and performed by Katie Herron Robb
Directed and Dramaturgy by Meena Natarajan

Inspired by the female aviators of the 1930s, desire and consequence are questioned in this journey of risk and fame.

Hmong Bollywood
Written and performed by Katie Ka Vang
Directed and Dramaturgy by Meena Natarajan

A Bollywood addict gets to the bottom of her addiction and explores different roads to recovery.

More from the Alternate Visions artists on our PanLab blog!

NEXT UP: World Premiere:

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Ady

Written by Rhiana Yazzie
Directed by Hayley Finn*
July 9-25
7:30 PM
$15 General Admission
Playwrights’ Center

A Lee Miller photograph of surrealist artists that includes a dancer from the West Indies naked to the waist is the jumping off place for this play. A contemporary Navajo woman relates the mostly unknown story of the surrealist muse Adrienne Fidelin, Ady. A play that reveals the woman in the photograph through the lens of race, history, and art.

Click here for more information on Ady!
Click here to view a video trailer for Ady!

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photo by Ann Marsden

Ady is supported by the Playwright’s Center, KFAI, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the America Indian Exhibition and Publications and Expressive Arts Program is made possible through a generous gift from the Ford Foundation.

*Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

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Pangea World Theater illuminates the human condition, celebrates cultural differences,
and promotes human rights by creating and presenting international, multi-disciplinary theater.