Call for Participants: The Thelma & Louise Show

The Performance Laboratory call for participants: The Thelma and Louise show – submit by Friday May 17For our June episode participating artists will sign up to re-enact a scene from the iconic film Thelma and Louise in any way they may see fit. If you are interested in participating please let us know via email (reallyradperformance@gmail.com) BY FRIDAY MAY 17. Once we have all participants confirmed we will divide the film in to scene-by-scene segments, email the list of scenes and let everyone choose which scene they want to reenact on a first-come-first serve basis. Again, ANY reenactment is possible (acting, animation, puppets, musical score, etc etc etc – endless possibilities.) Our June show will be performed Friday, June 21st.
The trailer to the film is below, if you may need a reminder about the actors involved in this exquisite cinematic piece.

Email us with questions and again THANKS FOR BEING INVOLVED IN THE PERFORMANCE LABORATORY!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRr0HY9MPZ0

The Performance Laboratory is an interdisciplinary performance series established in March 2011 at Detroit Contemporary. Encouraging original works and the exploration of new ideas, The Performance Laboratory aims to facilitate impassioned dialogue around the possibilities that lie within performance. Our goal is to offer a consistent venue for ideas to be shared and developed, new artistic partnerships to be made, and a supportive and diverse community to gather. The Performance Laboratory is co-curated by Carrie Morris & Emilia Javanica.

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Email us with questions and again THANKS FOR BEING INVOLVED IN THE PERFORMANCE LABORATORY!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRr0HY9MPZ0

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