What's on stage at Baltimore Theatre Project:
Subject/Object is a highly experiential dance theatre performance. Led by her wonderment about the mechanism of the body, Maeshiba descends into its primal maze, illuminating the mystery underneath the skin with humor and imagination. Through an auditory and kinetic experience, audience will move through multiple layers of personal and cosmic time/space with her.
This is an intimate performance. Seating is non-conventional and presented for a small group of no more than 25 patrons. Reservation are highly recommended.
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Concept/direction/performance: Naoko Maeshiba
Environment design: Khristian Weeks and Naoko Maeshiba
Sound design/performance: Khristian Weeks
Lighting design: David Crandall
Comedy consultant and coaching: Sara Felder
Voice consultant and coaching: Irena Tomazin
Sculpture/gallery exhibit: Joyce Anitagrace
Stage Manager: Zach Trebino
Stage hands: Dylan Resnick, Rachel Rymont
This project is funded by a Ruby Grant from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance.
**5/25/16 Final Dress Rehearsal - free and open to the public.
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|Wednesday May 25||8:00 pm|
|Thursday May 26||8:00 pm|
|Friday May 27||8:00 pm|
|Saturday May 28||8:00 pm|
|Sunday May 29||3:00 pm|
|5/25 Final Dress||$0|