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New Meetup: Man on the Beach by SaltHorse at Erickson Theater

From: Leigh A.
Sent on: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:16 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Seattle Theater Lovers Meetup!

What: Man on the Beach by SaltHorse at Erickson Theater

When: Friday, February 26,[masked]:00 PM

Erickson Theater
1524 Harvard Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

Sounds like a unique find and I'm always on the lookout for new theater companies to see ...

From the SaltHorse Performance website:

Colorful dream-like fantasy worlds permeate the stark, monochromatic lives of three men caught perpetually remembering a moment in time. One, un-tethered, becomes disembodied, another self-amplifies in triplicate, and the last is endlessly encircled by his cloaked reality. "Magic" scenic effects and lush live sound cinematically frame both funny and terrifying moments of being stuck.

Joining Salt Horse dancers/choreographers Beth Graczyk, Corrie Befort and composer/musician Angelina Baldoz are a cast of three distinctive Seattle performers: Michael Rioux, Jens Wazel and Serge Gubelman. Man on the Beach was first presented in On the Boards? 2009 Northwest New Works Festival and funded in part by Artist Trust. The work has been included in the[masked]Culture Touring Arts Roster.

Salt Horse concocts pieces that oscillate between the dark and strange and the beautiful and poetic, always infused with a twist of humor. While their critically acclaimed stage and video effects are carefully constructed to disrupt the audience's perceptions, their richly layered sound and detailed, full-bodied dancing invite imaginative engagement.

See the website for further info, images and video. Tickets are $15 and available through Brown Paper Tickets.

Depending on interest, we can grab drinks/bite to eat before the show (~6pm). I'll email "yes" and "maybe" on Wednesday to finalize place and time if so.

Feel free to email me with any questions, and hope to see you at the show!

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