World Premiere: September 20-24, 2017 at the Curated FringeArts Festival.
Advance tickets are highly recommended, as availability is limited.
Close Music for Bodies; an immersive, participatory voice work, will premiere September, 20-24th 2017 as part of the Curated FringeArts Festival. Using his embodied voice practice Personal Resonance as a generative process with an ensemble of 9 performers, Michael Kiley will collaboratively create a piece of acoustic sound and movement for an audience occupying the performance space. The piece will culminate in audiences learning aspects of Personal Resonance so that they may join the work, resulting in a public act of group voice.
Close Music for Bodies
is Conceived by Michael Kiley
Directed by Becky Wright
Performed by: Eppchez!, Martha Stuckey, Scott McPheeters, Brandon Washington, Becca Blackwell, Cynthia Hopkins, Michele Tantoco, Arielle Pina, Sheila Zagar and Michael Kiley.
Choreographic Mentor: Faye Driscoll
Lighting Design: Yi Zhao
Costume Design: Maiko Matsushima
Check back for updates regarding the premiere, as well as accompanying workshops, podcasts, and showings as they unfold.
Performance Dates at Christ Church Neighborhood House in Old City:
Wednesday, September 20 at 7PM
Thursday, September 21 at 7PM
Friday, September 22 at 6:30PM
Saturday, September 23 at 6PM
Sunday, September 24 at 4:30PM
Major support for Close Music for Bodies has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Prescription is a sponsored project of Bowerbird, Inc., made possible by a grant from Wyncote Foundation.