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    On the Boards

    P.O. Box 19515
    Seattle , WA 98109
    206-217-9886  |  Fax: 206-217-9887

    Website: ontheboards.org


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    On the Boards was founded in 1978 by several Seattle artists who wanted to create a venue for experimentation in contemporary performance. Founding artistic director, Robert McGinley, began to bring in artists from outside the NW, hosting several pioneers in some of their earliest groundbreaking performances: Spalding Gray, Laurie Anderson, Meredith Monk, Mabou Mines, LaLaLa Human Steps, Bill T. Jones & Arnie Zane.
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    On the Boards was founded in 1978 by several Seattle artists who wanted to create a venue for experimentation in contemporary performance. Founding artistic director, Robert McGinley, began to bring in artists from outside the NW, hosting several pioneers in some of their earliest groundbreaking performances: Spalding Gray, Laurie Anderson, Meredith Monk, Mabou Mines, LaLaLa Human Steps, Bill T. Jones & Arnie Zane.
    On the Boards has played a pivitol role in the careers of many local performers and has introduced local audiences to innovators from more than a dozen countries. On the Boards worked nationally with colleague organizations to establish contemporary performance and was a founding member of The National Performance Network.

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    • Event Name: Annie Dorsen | The False Peach
      "This is not a "Piece of Work" is a very..."
      Comment posted by: Lev from USA, Mar 01, 2013

      This is not a "Piece of Work" is a very good definition for this piece of crap. It's a no-artist performance. It's just a screen with flashing text and Google voice voiceover. Looks more like a video... Expand

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