Buy your tickets now for Ephemeral Fatale premiering August 2019
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Area Woman is a performance collective that tangles dance, music, and theatre
We create inquisitive spaces for audience-artist encounters. Area Woman enthusiastically explores the role of art and imagination in community using humor, task, and tradition to elevate the mundane and make the magical tangible.
Join Area Woman as they unfold and unravel, weaving through a world where the end is the beginning and the beginning is the end.
Ephemeral Fatale starts with an exit and ends with an arrival. Area Woman sifts through space, time, and expectations with their signature brand of trust-building meta-moments. Through meticulous movement, sonic worldbuilding, and murder mystery, they invite you to peek in from the outside, or come in for a drink.
Coming soon to a venue near you August 8 - 18.
8 venues around dc
DATES AND LOCATION INFORMATION
Thursday August 8th 7:30 pm - Hole in the Sky
Friday August 9th 7:30 pm - Hole in the Sky
Saturday August 10th 3:00 pm - The Fridge
Sunday August 11th 3:00 pm & 7:30 pm - DC Arts Center
Tuesday August 13 7:30 pm - Union Market
Wednesday August 14 7:30 pm - Right Proper Brewing Company Brookland
Thursday August 15 7:30 pm - The Stew
Friday August 16 7:30 pm - Rhizome
Saturday August 17 3:00 pm - Rhizome
Saturday August 17 7:30 pm - Republic Restoratives
Sunday August 17 3:00 pm - Republic Restoratives
In 2018 Area Woman premiered “Holon!” - a subtly irreverent, casually tender comedydramadance - as part of the Capital Fringe Festival
Holon! is a performance experience inspired by and in spite of ceremony and tradition, made for people who don’t know they like dance (or, for people who already like it very much.) Audiences may or may not be asked to do some of the following: Eat a snack, plant a tree, rearrange the furniture, tune a piano, put out a fire, catch a falling body, proofread an email, hold a prop, sing along, bake a loaf of bread or take a stranger’s hand.
Holon! was called a “playful performance experience” by the Washington Post), and was named one of DC Theatre Scene’s “24 Favorite Stage Moments of 2018