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CATCH Immediate Medium at CATCH–>AUNTS

February 19, 2013

This weekend, two of NYC’s hottest performance series join forces. To celebrate the occasion, three artists from the Immediate Medium family — director JJ Lind, media artist Rob Ramirez and choreographer Jillian Sweeney — got together to make an art. Join us this Friday as they unveil their creation, i love you love me loving you.

“Consistently entertaining, stimulating, thought-provoking and irreverent.”
– New York Times

February 22-23, 2013
The Invisible Dog
51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn
F or G train to Bergen Street

Friday, February 22 at 8pm

Free admission with donation to Free Bar

CATCH–>AUNTS will make dance happen with a night of performance and good old fashioned debauchery, organized by Jeff Larson, Andrew Dinwiddie and Caleb Hammons.

Featuring: Ivy Baldwin, Agnes Bolt, Faye Driscoll, Natalie Green, Kennis Hawkins, Holly Heidt, Zhenesse Staniec Heinemann, Immediate Medium, Lauren Petty and Shaun Irons, Laboratory Theater, Adriane Lee, Ken Nintzel, Steven Reker, Alex Rodabaugh, Anna Maria Shogren, Anna Sperber, Arturo Vidich, Zoe Geltman and Marisa Wallin, enrico d wey | the russian blue, and Emma Wiseman.

Saturday, February 23 at 8pm

All tickets $15 at the door, includes beer

AUNTS–>CATCH will present rough-and-ready short works by New York’s most exciting artists, curated with reckless delicacy by Laurie Berg and Liliana Dirks-Goodman.

Featuring: Talya Epstein, Salley May, James Monaco, Rebecca Patek, Rebecca Wender, Greg Zuccolo, Hamm Samwich, with special guest host Lucy Sexton





The Play Date series is designed to introduce our audiences to new works in the field of experimental performance. Each month we select an event that represents an interesting approach to theater, dance, or performance art and invite you to join us for the ride. Come out and play.

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