BAX to Showcase Artist In Residence Year End Performances, 4/11-6/22

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BAX to Showcase Artist In Residence Year End Performances, 4/11-6/22

BAX | Brooklyn Arts Exchange is excited to announce Artist In Residence - Year End Performances.

The AIR program provides participating artists with one to two years of uninterrupted artistic, technical, and administrative support, as well as the rehearsal space and guidance necessary to take chances, refine their craft and expand their horizons.

From the Open Studio Series to the Works-In-Progress Series, we offer a rare opportunity to follow a work and engage the creators in a full arc of development.

The journey culminates in the Spring performances where each AIR shares their work.

SCHEDULE:

IN YOU. (AND YOU)
Written by Melanie Jones
Directed by Stefanie Abel Horowitz
Friday-Saturday, April 11-12 @ 8:00pm | Sunday, April 13 @ 6:00pm
[Visit artist page]

MEMORY WITHHOLDINGS
Created by Love|Forté: a collective (Marjani Forté and Nia Love) Friday-Saturday, April 25-26 @ 8:00pm | Sunday, April 27 @ 6:00pm
[Visit artist page]

MAPPLETHORPE
Written by Max Steele
Friday, May 2-3@ 8:00pm | Sunday, May 4 @ 6:00pm
[Visit artist page]

A RIDE ON THE IRISH CREAM
Written by Erin Markey
Friday-Saturday, May 9-10 @ 8:00pm | Sunday, May 11 @ 6:00pm
[Visit artist page]

SLEEPING BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Friday-Saturday, June 13-14 @ 8:00pm | Sunday, June 15 @ 6:00pm
Created by Katy Pyle in collaboration with Jules Skloot & The Ballez [Visit artist page]

AIR SHOW: ANNA SPERBER
Choreographed by Anna Sperber
Friday-Saturday, June 20-21 @ 8:00pm | Sunday, June 22 @ 6:00pm
[Visit artist page]

Tickets will go on sale one month prior to the show. Visit events.bax.org more more information and updates.

ABOUT BAX: Founded in 1991, BAX |Brooklyn Arts Exchange, is a community based performing arts center dedicated to developing artists of all ages, from children to professionals. The organization offers community access to arts and culture, supporting the creation of new work by emerging artists, engaging diverse audiences and providing arts education to youth and families. BAX has intentionally constructed an environment where children study and professional artists create under the same roof. Students are mentored by professional directors and choreographers. The organization's distinct focus on developmental process makes it a nurturing incubator for experimental dance and theater artists and is an important advocate for under-represented voices in the New York City performing arts community.

For more information about BAX and its programs, call 718-832-0018, email press@bax.org or visit us on the web at www.bax.org.

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