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February 9, 2017 8:00PM - February 11, 2017 8:00PM
The Satellite Series Festival of Performances

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Date

February 9, 2017 8:00PM

Description

THE SATELLITE SERIES FESTIVAL OF PERFORMANCE
FEBRUARY 9 – 11

NOTE: For the usual ticket prices, you will receive a wristband that grants access to all performances for the entire weekend. Purchase a ticket for any of the nights (Feb 9, 10, or 11) and you can come and watch performances every night of the festival. Wristbands can be picked up from the box office during the festival.

Makers and doers from the Schools of Drama, Music, and Art, affiliated artists, and members of the Yale Cabaret community; performances in four venues across two buildings; and collaborations across artistic disciplines and artistic mediums – all colliding at the Cabaret.

Come witness the power of a collective explosion of creative expression. One ticket gets you access to three days of unlimited performances – join us for a couple shows that pique your interest or an entire weekend of eclectic art. The second annual SATELLITE SERIES: performances more unusual than the usual.

Check out the entire line-up below, and click here to see the schedule!

THEATER:

Dating Game
Created by Molly FitzMaurice
In this mashup of the mythoi of Bluebeard and The Bachelorette, real life single-and-ready-to-mingle Yale graduate students will attempt to find love—you can join in the games too, if you dare. 60 minutes.
Yale Cabaret, 217 Park Street

North Of Providence
By Edward Allen Baker, directed by Patrick Madden
Two siblings are forced to confront their issues and themselves in this one-act play about family, trauma, and healing. 30 minutes.
Yale Cabaret, 217 Park Street

This American Wife
Created and performed by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley
Reflecting on a culture where reality television is both our popular entertainment and our political reality, two actors recreate and reinvent an iconic scene from The Real Housewives franchise. 30 minutes.
Yale Cabaret, 217 Park Street

The Silent Sex
Created and directed by Jenny Schmidt
A collage of material from one-woman shows, from vaudeville to Broadway, exploring the history of women’s voices on stage in a world that too often forces them to stay silent. 45 minutes.
Yale Cabaret Studio, 217 Park Street

MUSIC:

Lo and Behold
Composed and performed by Molly Joyce
An exploration of quietness and loudness, sound and vision, vibration and sensation, for solo bass drum and lighting design. 10 minutes.
Afro-American Cultural Center, 211 Park Street

Damsel
Written and performed by Anna Crivelli
Part punk-rock princess, part indie songstress, come see Damsel live. 45 minutes.
Afro-American Cultural Center, 211 Park Street

Music for Solo Cello and Electronics
Composed and performed by Fjola Evans
Influenced by Icelandic folksongs and epic poetry, Fjola Evans uses sound and video to create a musical tundra. 30 minutes.
Afro-American Cultural Center, 211 Park Street

Transient Unconscious
Created and performed by Frederick Kennedy
A one-night-only sonic explosion that harnesses the music of computers, the magic of cameras, and the power of technology to create a one-of-a-kind audio-visual experience. 60 minutes.
Yale Cabaret, 217 Park Street

DANCE:

Butterfly’s Terror
Created by Shadi Ghaheri and Jake Ryan Lozano
A performance using music, video, and bodies to question the tangible and intangible things separation, division, and isolation. 30 minutes.
Yale Cabaret Studio, 217 Park Street

OTHER:

Blue Planets
Created by Erik Freer
Original poetry is intertwined with video landscapes and the music of Claude Debussy. 20 minutes.
Afro-American Cultural Center, 211 Park Street

Story Slam
Hosted by Flo Low and Gwyneth Muller True stories—heartwarming and heartbreaking, hilarious and hard-hitting—told by students, faculty, staff, and friends, in a much-needed celebration of listening, understanding, and empathy. 90 minutes.
Afro-American Cultural Center, 211 Park Street

SATELLITE: Rhea
Created and performed by Drew Busmire and LINÜ
Live music intertwines with virtual reality to create a multidimensional exploration of place, perspective, and the meaning of shared experience in an increasingly digital world. 30 minutes.
Yale Cabaret Studio, 217 Park Street

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