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*Fri & Sat at 8pm / Sun at 7pm
Opening Night Reception/ Sat Night Talk Back
Curated by Artistic Associate Holly Hughes
“The New Work of Dogs,” author Jon Katz insists that animals work as much in contemporary urban culture as they’ve ever done in any period in human history. But it’s a different kind of work; it’s the difficult work of loving us. We have become the sheep that drift towards the unmapped darkness at the edge; animals bring us back to the meadow.
The performances in this series map the shifting boundaries between the animal and human, always reminding us of the animal in the human.
No Bees for Bridgeport by Kestutis Nakas
A fable of the City in a Garden. In the sunset of Chicago's Golden Age of Daley, one beekeeper wonders: "If the bees are gone, can the city Still work?"
Saturday & Sunday
“Other Animals” by Deke Weaver
Deke Weaver’s Other Animals bubbles with the gothic (a Frustrated Man tortured by wolfish springtime yearnings), the tragic (a tale of disaster: a park ranger presents an aviary of hawks and eagles to an elementary school assembly), and the mythic (a lean haunting parable of a bottomless appetite and the beast within) – a solo performance of dark, funny monologues and stupid tasteless videos built to get under your hide.
When & Where
Links Hall encourages artistic innovation and public engagement by maintaining a facility and providing flexible programming for the research, development and presentation of new work in the performing arts.