Catherine Glynn presents A.R.T. – Audacious Raw Theater (Year Three)Name: Catherine Glynn presents A.R.T. – Audacious Raw Theater (Year Three)Date: June 2, 2019Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM CDTTrip Builder: View TripEvent Description:
Sunday, June 2 at 7:30 p.m.
Professional performers and musicians from across the country will come together for 7 days to create 7 devised works for two stagings of innovative, inspiring and thought-provoking performances at the historic St. Mane Theatre in Lanesboro, MN on Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 at 7:30 p.m.
Inspired by the collaborative and experimental work done by theater companies such as the Rude Mechs, the Neo-Futurists, and the Saratoga International Theater Institute, Audacious Raw Theater(A.R.T.) has been conceived as a multi-year initiative to foster the creation and development of new works.
Prepare to be surprised and delighted by 7, or more, newly devised works of Audacious Raw Theater, while also gaining insight into the creative process and embracing the spontaneous. Together the group will be revising and recreating throughout their time in Lanesboro. Audiences are encouraged to come for both stagings as each performance will be unique! Year three of Audacious Raw Theater is happening in conjunction with the annual Rhubarb Festival in Sylvan Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 1.
Catherine Glynn has been living in Lanesboro since 2011. She shared the stage in 6 Commonweal productions—some of her favorite roles include Tracy Lord in Philadelphia Story and Elvira in Blithe Spirit. She has also performed the solo shows The Belle Of Amherst and Miss Myrna Davenport’s Poetry in Motion with Lanesboro Arts. She has MFAs from UT Austin and University of Delaware. She currently divides her time between creating on stage and executive coaching with the Ariel Group and Voce Veritas. She shares her home with her talented husband Jeremy van Meter, and their circus of cats.
This performance is presented by Lanesboro Arts and sponsored by the Wisconsin Public Radio, Commonweal Theatre, Inspire(d) Magazine, High Court Pub and Granny’s Liquors.