TENTH ANNUAL FUSEBOX FESTIVAL

APRIL 16-27, 2014

Join Fusebox this spring in beautiful Austin, TX for the tenth annual Fusebox Festival. Fusebox is a hybrid arts festival that champions adventurous works of art in theater, dance, film, music, literature, visual and culinary arts. The festival takes place over 12 days in venues and locations all over the city. Hundreds of local, national, and international artists in all disciplines converge for one of the most unique cultural events in the country.

NO MOVEMENT NO SOUND

by The Mighty Mighty Pressure Cooker

Performances April 23rd at 7pm and 9pm.

Co-Presented by Fusebox Festival and Salvage Vanguard Theater.  In a space devoid of decoration and sets, two performers are concentrated on the thin line between movement and inability to move; between breathing and not breathing; between silence and sound; between darkness and light. Presence and being become palpable, making encounters possible on that thin line.


Breaking String presents Dulcey and Roxy at City Hall, by Maksym Kurochkin

translated by John Freedman, directed by Graham Schmidt 

May 2 ­-17

In Kurochkin’s satire, a corrupt and venal mayor presides over Austin’s comically 
broken city council. When a Ukrainian arrives, invoking a looming catastrophe, will locals heed his warning? A new play for Austin commissioned by Breaking String Theater, Maksym Kurochkin’s Dulcey and Roxy at City Hall presents a timely encounter with Slavic culture, the language of revolution, and the corrupting influence of power.

Tickets available at breakingstring.com/tickets and 512 ­761­ 3247


Yoga with Adriene Mishler, RYT

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Tuesdays 5:30 - 6:45 p.m. and
Saturdays 10:30 - 11:45 a.m.

Cost is $10/class

Yoga at SVT classes will tone and heat the body as well as focus on alignment and flexibility. This series offers a playful sequence of poses and movement designed to build strength, guide the breath and allow ease to flow in. Adriene’s classes blend flowing movement with a lighthearted attitude and a clear attention to detail. Class ends with a relaxing cool down to leave you calm and centered. All levels welcome.

For more Yoga With Adriene, free yoga videos and more visit www.yogawithadriene.com

 


Church of the Friendly Ghost

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Church of the Friendly Ghost is a 100% volunteer-run arts organization supporting creative expression and counter-culture community.

The group originally formed at an old church on the east side in 2003 and over the years has included rotating casts of volunteers, artists, local audience and long distance pen-pals. The organization has presented over one thousand events to date including concerts, art exhibitions, workshops, film screenings and other adventurous excursions. In 2007 CotFG became a sponsored project of SVT and holds monthly events at the theater. 2013 will be the 10th anniversary of Church of the Friendly Ghost!

For more information about the series visit friendlyghost.org or email cotfg.assistant@gmail.com


Gnap! Theater Projects

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Gnap! Theater Projects presents and produces theatrical events that are both deliberately experimental and unashamedly populist, often utilizing modes of theater making that are artistically unfashionable and obsolete, including improvisation, short sketches, site specific performance art, and historical re-envisioning. Gnap! Theater Projects is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of ways of making narrative function in a theatrical setting. Gnap! Theater Projects work is intended for experienced theater audiences and theater-going novices alike.

Get-up, improv duo Shannon McCormick and Shana Merlin, performs every 3rd Friday at 8pm on our Studio stage.
No Shame, an open mic night for comedy and live performance, every 1st and 3rd Friday at 10pm in the Studio.

 

Visit Gnap! Theater Projects


Cinema41

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Cinema41 is a community organization dedicated to providing a free arts education by supplying an open venue for the viewing and discussion of films that feature diversifying themes. In addition, Cinema41 strives to promote film appreciation by cultivating a support network for independent films and filmmakers alike.

Winner of the Austin Chronicle’s “Best Indie Film Cred Boost (2012)”, Cinema41 is a film collective that screens overlooked/forgotten independent films. The screenings are FREE and held on the fourth Thursday of every month at the Salvage Vanguard Theater. Each screening is augmented with a special guest (e.g. filmmakers, academics, etc…) to help contextualize the films.

For information visit Cinema41


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Lucky Chaos Theater Projects produce works by or about Asian-Americans as well as other under-represented communities. They hope to increase dialogue about these experiences through the performance arts. Their projects are stories from a different point of view and range from published works to original works including submissions from the community. They explore all mediums including scripted, experimental, improv and movement. Come check out their shows:

Lucky Chaos will have programming at SVT in the Studio every 1st and 2nd weekend of the month.
Fridays/Saturdays 8pm and 1st Saturday 10pm.

For more information and tickets visit Lucky Chaos


Weird! True Hollywood Tales

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Weird! True Hollywood Tales is a biography/pop culture history lecture series that focuses on the fascinating lives and strange deaths of iconic celebrities, Hollywood tragedies, and shocking scandals from the 20th century.

The bi-monthly lectures revolve around a central historical theme with related biographies. Every other 3rd Saturday at 8pm in the Studio

For more information visit Weird! True Hollywood Tales