The Electric Lodge presents High Voltage:
Mutations, exploring genres within performance
Raymond J. Barry, theatermaker: "Yelling at Women Walking their Dogs"
Pam Severns, puppeteer: "Bunny Love"
Jen Hong, choreographer: "Star Sisters"
Allison Wyper, performance artist: excerpt from "Intimate Performances"
- Curated by Josh Berkowitz -
March 4th, 2016
8:30 pm doors
$5 suggested donation
**Arrive early! We are expecting a large audience for this event!**
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High Voltage is a monthly performance/installation/happening late night series produced by the Electric Lodge. Now in its third year, High Voltage coincides with Venice’s “First Fridays” event on Abbot Kinney, and is free to the public. High Voltage offers new opportunities for both emerging and established L.A.-based artists to present developing work. An ideal series for artists/companies working within or across all disciplines – dance, performance, theatre, music, circus, spoken word. High Voltage seeks cutting-edge performers who are committed to pushing the boundaries and creating innovative work. The performances are minimal tech, in a “pop-up” fashion and take place in our large street-level dance studio/gallery space.