BAC Open House
Please join us on Wednesday, June 29 between 1-6PM for BAC Open House, an afternoon of free studio showings of works-in-progress by our BAC Open Resident Artists.
1PM / Rudolf Nureyev Studio
Writer, director, choreographer, and performing artist Amanda Szeglowski, founder of cakeface, is developing a work channeling Armenian psychic medium Roxy Miraianian and exploring the nature of human consciousness.
Free tickets to Amanda Szeglowski's studio showing will be available at the BAC Box Office from 11:30am-1pm
Baye & Asa
2PM / John Cage & Merce Cunningham Studio
Dance company Baye & Asa will develop HotHouse, a dance work exploring the impact of social isolation and the systemic criminal confinement of American people and communities.
Free tickets to Baye & Asa's studio showing will be available at the BAC Box Office from 11:30am-2pm
4PM / Rudolf Nureyev Studio
Theater artist Aaron Landsman is developing Night Keeper, a multimedia performance exploring our changeable capacity for shared experiences and negotiating the spatial hierarchies that separate performer from audience.
Free tickets to Aaron Landsman's studio showing will be available at the BAC Box Office from 2:30-4pm
5PM / John Cage & Merce Cunningham Studio
Musician Ian Askew will develop John Henry and High John, a collaborative performance project inspired by the 1940 musical John Henry, which closed only five days after its Broadway premiere and starred Paul Robeson in the title role.
Free tickets to Ian Askew's studio showing will be available at the BAC Box Office from 2:30-5pm
Tickets will be available at the BAC Box Office on a first-come-first-served basis on the day of the event.
Capacity is limited—please arrive at least 15 minutes in advance of each showing's start time.
Proof of vaccination required. Masks required.
We look forward to seeing you!