ARTISTS PLAY WITH NOTIONS OF PERFORMANCE THROUGH INTERDISCIPILNARY COLLABORATION
In the 5th installment of The Interplay Project, six groups of artists present experimental new works.
The Contingency Plan and Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre present, THE INTERPLAY PROJECT, an interdisciplinary performance lab that invites audiences to engage with experimental new works by established and emerging Vancouver artists. THE INTERPLAY PROJECT takes place on October 16th & 17th at 8pm in the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre’s intimate Studio Theatre, 7646 Prince Albert St, Vancouver. Tickets: $20 purchased at the door, box office opens at 7:00 pm. For more information please call (604) 718-6521. moberlyartsculturalcentre.blogspot.com
THE INTERPLAY PROJECT is a contemporary performance lab that celebrates innovation and experimentation in the performing arts. Curated by The Contingency Plan, the production provides an opportunity for artists to play, challenge and discover new ideas around collaboration and performance. The art of live performance will continue to surprise, provoke and engage the audience. THE INTERPLAY PROJECT is thrilled to present six diverse, multi-disciplinary artistic partnerships from emerging and established artists working in the realms of performance art, dance, music, spoken word, theatre and sound innovation.
The incredible multi-disciplinary artists featured in this year’s production of THE INTERPLAY PROJECT are:
Robert Azevedo & Asako Tsurumaki
Julianne Chapple & Naben Ruthnum
Ileanna Cheladyn & Diego Romero
Sandra Ferens & Victoria Lyons
Stefan Smulovitz & Chris Wright
Both established and emerging artists share the stage in this vibrant and diverse mixed-program of performance and installation art. Edgy, witty, thoughtful and surprising, THE INTERPLAY PROJECT is for everybody. Audience members of all ages and backgrounds will find this production to be entertaining and thought provoking. MACC Studio Theatre’s black-box stage provides an up-close and personal setting for a full kinesthetic experience.