REDCAT: Hailed by critics around the world as a major theatrical event of historic proportions, Gatz is a bravura feat celebrated for its singular and dazzling literary alchemy. Gatz is not a retelling of the The Great Gatsby, but a revelatory, seven-hour enactment of experiencing the novel, as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s American masterpiece is delivered word for word, brought to life with absolutely startling dramatic effect by a cast of 13. Read more
Saturday, December 1 | 6–9pm
Tuesday-Sunday | 12pm–6pm or Intermission
REDCAT: The third in a trilogy of recent animated works, Raspberry Poser is New York-based artist Jordan Wolfson’s most ambitious synthesis of digital video, computer-generated imagery (CGI) and hand-drawn animation. Read more
D300 Gallery: Means to an End- Class Exhibition
D301 Gallery: Benjamin Fish BFA ART
L-SHAPE Gallery: CLOSED
MAIN Gallery Perimeter: PHOTOGRAPHY/MEDIA FOUNDATION EXHIBITION
A402 Gallery: Dennis Wornick BFA ART
LIME Gallery: Sadie Drucker BFA ART
MINT Gallery: CLOSED
CalArts, Langley Hall
INSTITUTE: A series of workshop discussions based around issues of the body, facilitated by Daniel Charon, MFA2 in Dance and Integrated Media.
Why does the body exist and what is its role? How are the body and the mind connected? What is the relationship of the body to space and the environment? What is the relationship of the body to technology? These and other questions will be addressed as topics of conversation. Sessions will include a guest presenter who will introduce a theme for the day followed by a moderated conversation.
The aim of these workshop discussions is to create inter-disciplinary conversation around a fundamental element of living, the body. These discussions will serve to inform and inspire a new project that will be realized next semester.
CalArts, The Wild Beast
INSTITUTE: The international students at CalArts are having a show! Please join us in the Wild Beast on Thursday, December 6 from 5-7pm and witness some of CalArts' best international talent. Our program will include performed content, followed by a screening of films. A reception will follow in Tatum Lounge immediately after the show, where 2D and 3D artwork will be on display. Tickets are free but space is limited. To reserve a seat please email email@example.com.
ART: Claire Fontaine is a Paris-based collective artist, founded in 2004. After lifting her name from a popular brand of school notebooks, Claire Fontaine declared herself a "readymade artist" and began to elaborate a version of neo-conceptual art that often looks like other people's work. Working in neon, video, sculpture, painting and text, her practice can be described as an ongoing interrogation of the political impotence and the crisis of singularity that seem to define contemporary art today.
CalArts, Ensemble Theater II (E407)
THEATER: The CalArts School of Theater presents Woman from the Past.
As Frank and Claudia prepare to move, Frank's teenage sweetheart returns to redeem his promise of lasting love. Playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig's Woman from the Past is a cinematic narrative flashing through time as seemingly simple lives are irrevocably altered. Directed by Allison M Keating.
Seating is limited - please scroll down to purchase tickets.
Michael Bates as Frank
Christine Harms as Claudia
Hayden Ezzy as Andi
Katie Rediger as Romy Vogtlander
Precious Ra'Akbar as Tina
Desiree Masucci: Costume Designer
Angelica Torres: Scenic Designer
Lauren Tietz: Lighting Designer
Erik Lehman: Sound Designer
Masha Tatarintseva: Video Designer
Jessica Evans: Stage Manager
Jennifer Wilson: Production Manager
Nathan Lemoine: Technical Director
Christopher Moskwa: Asst. Production Manager
Kate Eipl: Asst. Stage Manager
April Story: Scenic Artist
CalArts, Walt Disney Modular Theater
DANCE: CalArts The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance and REDCAT present the Winter Dance Concert, an evening of dance featuring work by faculty members Laurence Blake and Andre Tyson and a restaging of Twyla Tharp’s 1971 renowned work Torelli.
Torelli, a work created by world-renowned choreographer Twyla Tharp in 1971, follows the course of a morning, starting with “down-to-earth” movement danced in silence and isolation that later develops a “rustic humor” as the movement is manipulated and set against the elegance of Guiseppi Torelli’s “Concerto in D Minor.”