Dates: March 28, 29, 31*, April 3*, 4, 5**
Location: Frenetic Theater, 5102 Navigation Boulevard, Houston TX 77011
Tickets: $16 presale/$20 at the door/$25 reserved seating
Purchase tickets at https://freneticore.secure.force.com/ticket
*March 31 and April 3 performances are Pay-What-You-Can
**April 5 performance is $20 presale/$25 at the door and includes complimentary beverage, light bites and closing night festivities.
For more information please visit www.freneticore.net.
FrenetiCore presents WIRED: Dance+Technology at Frenetic Theater, March 28-April 5. Streaming bodies. Athletic intelligence. A visual feast of choreographic surprises. WIRED is a series of individual screenshots roaming our current technological reality. Projection mapping, video, lighting, props, and sound effects merge seamlessly with raw, live movement. Emotion is illuminated through physical and technical design in a high-energy, visceral examination of human experience. Gather around our digital campfire and enjoy the unfiltered technology of the human body.
Choreography by Rebecca French and FrenetiCore dancers.
Video and projection mapping by ears are good.
Photography by Les Campbell.
Technical direction by Edgar Guajardo.
Cast includes Danielle Artis, Madonna Bauch, Adam Castaneda, Dorianne Castillo, Rebecca French, Jaime Garcia, Lauren Hurstell, Taylor Martin and Mollie Miller.
WIRED also features performances by guest companies Cirque La Vie (March 28-31) and jhon stronks’ ‘there in the sunlight’ (April 3-5).
Cirque La Vie
With a contemporary approach into the world of circus arts and dance, Cirque La Vie takes the audience on a mysterious journey of the human body and strong apparatuses, where one cannot work without the other. Cirque La Vie unites artists on film, photography and stage. http://cirquelavie.wix.com/cirquelavie
‘there in the sunlight’
#FeedBackLoop for Bodies, Electronics and Voice is the embodiment of cause-and effect chain between artists Jeremiah DiMatteo and jhon r. stronks. Activated through real-time vocal and electronic music production, this chain forms a circuit in which information from each artist’s past or present influences the same phenomenon in the present or future. The continuous looping of feedback provides mechanisms for controlling the running, maintenance, and evolution of a work that reveals the common ground created in over lapping without the demand "sameness". www.thereinthesunlight.com