Rec Room Arts presents Residency Festival
Rec Room Arts' inaugural Residency Festival will feature a dynamic group of progressive, multi-disciplinary artists and innovators. Residents include Camron Alexander, Daniela Antelo and Brenda Cruz, Candice D’Meza, Nancy Douthey, Jhon Stronks, and Joe Wozny.
The schedule is as follows:
- February 2 and 3: Joe Wozny kicks off the festival with an experimental solo music set that explores what he calls “the aesthetics of insufferability.”
- February 16 and17: Daniela Antelo and Brenda Cruz will create a new conversation between film and live performance.
- February 23 and 24: Jhon Stronks premieres an improvised jazz /dance floor/disco-inspired piece based on Goddess myths, Pandora’s Box, and the three fairy gawdmothers of sleeping beauty Flora, Fauna and Merry Weather.
- March 2 and 3: Nancy Douthey investigates what we think we see, what we imagine we see and what we know we see on stage.
- March 9 and 10: Camron Alexander presents a 60-page, modern-day, gender-bent, pop music-fueled Midsummer Night's Dream.
- March 23 and 24: Candice D’Meza presents a piece called "Blessed Thieves," a participatory, multi-disciplinary exhibit that seeks to explore the intersection of vulnerability, identity, and authenticity in the public sphere and in social media.