Pop-up experiences, now a cultural phenomenon, enchant enthusiasts with their exclusive, limited-time offerings, fostering an atmosphere of urgency and exclusivity. This weekend, Pawtucket-based Dugway Theater brings a captivating experience to AS220 Black Box in Providence with a series of pop-up performances presenting Soft Belly, written by Lily Mathews and co-created with local musicians and performers including Adam Kotin, Aly Frank, Kate Teichman, Max Mathews, and Spencer Curry. The play, featuring original film and live musical accompaniment and starring Teichman, actively involves the audience in conveying a message, bordering on a warning. Following its Providence Fringe Festival debut, this original production is set for encore performances on November 17 and 18 at 7:30pm. Don't miss the brief yet profound opportunity to immerse yourself in a semi-surreal journey of creativity.
Co-founded by Lily Mathews and Kotin, Dugway Theater actively blends music, technology, lyricism, and movement to produce original and unconventional performances in and around Providence. Renowned for its offbeat, humorous, and poignant productions, the theater actively creates shows inspired by the moment, fueled by tenacity, and shaped by the unique talents of its collaborators. Each performance serves as a testament to the collaborative spirit, bringing together diverse talents to actively push the boundaries of creativity. For more information and ticket info, click here.
AS220 Black Box
95 Empire Street, Providence, RI
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