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Livestreaming Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work at The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University—Sat, Jan 24
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University presents Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at HowlRound.TV Saturday, January 24 at 4:30pm EST (Boston) / 21:30 GMT (London) / 3:30pm CST (Austin) / 1:30pm PST (Vancouver). Direct your questions for Suzan-Lori Parks @americanrep, and use hashtag #newplay.
Livestreaming Shahid Nadeem's Amrika Chalo (Destination: USA) from Pakistan's Ajoka Theatre—Sat, Jan 24
The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics (The Lab) at Georgetown University in Washington, DC presents the US Premiere of Amrika Chalo (Destination: USA) livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Saturday, January 24 at 8pm EST (Washington, DC) / 5pm PST (San Francisco) / 01:00 GMT (London) on Sunday, January 25 / 06:00 PKT (Lahore). In Twitter, follow @TheLabGU.
Livestreaming Liz Fisher's Deus Ex Machina—A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Performance—Fusebox Festival—Austin, Texas—Sun, Jan 18
Liz Fisher's Deus Ex Machina livestreams from Austin, Texas on Sunday, January 18 at 23:00 GMT (London)/ 6pm EST (New York)/ 5pm CST (Austin)/ 3pm PST (Vancouver). Click here to view the livestream. Send text messages to +(1) 512-872-4637 during the performance.
Livestreaming the Triple Play Project: A Convening of Theatre Practitioners to Discuss The Relationship Between Playwrights, Theatres & Audiences—Fri, Jan 16 to Sat, Jan 17
Presented by Theatre Development Fund and Theatre Bay Area. In Twitter, use #TRPLPLY for commenting and for questions during the two-day livestreaming convening.
Livestreaming Association of Performing Arts Presenters' APAP|NYC 2015 Conference—Fri, Jan 9 to Tues, Jan 13—#APAPNYC
The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) welcomes performing arts professionals and enthusiasts around the world to join us remotely for select plenary events featuring luminaries from the industry and for professional development sessions sharing best practices from the field. #APAPNYC.
Livestreaming The Gathering 2015—Advocating for Black Female Choreographers in the Contemporary Dance World—Sun, Jan 11—#BlackFemChoreo
The Gathering will serve as an open forum for intergenerational black female artists to advocate for greater cultural equity and acknowledgement in the contemporary dance world.
Livestreaming Shakespeare and New Work—#STA15—The Shakespeare Theatre Association 2015 Conference—Sat, Jan 10
Join us for Shakespeare and New Work, in which Playwrights Bill Cain, Lauren Gunderson, and Amy Freed discuss how Shakespeare inspired them to write new plays, while Ralph Cohen champions the production of lesser-known Early Modern plays as new work. Moderated by Patrick Flick. #STA15
Livestreaming The Under the Radar Festival 2015 Symposium & Culturebot Conversations—Thurs Jan 8, Sat Jan 10, Sun Jan 11 —#UTR15
The Under the Radar Festival 2015 at the Public Theater in New York City presents the festival's Professional Symposium and two Culturebot Conversations: "Same Planet, Different Worlds" and "The Art of Acting in Contemporary Theater".