Events & performances

We have held a recording session open to the public at least once a month, through the Baltimore Free School, since 2010. The schedule of those sessions is archived here. Other events and performances have included the following:

April/May 2014: The Lorelei, the Albatross and the Pine Tree, poetry collage of Heine and Coleridge w/ Moveius Contemporary Ballet at the Montgomery Cultural Arts Center and the Arellano Theater.


November, 2013/February, 2014:  Invisible Steps, dance/dialogue by Olivia Sabee at the Montgomery Cultural Arts Center and the Atlas Performing Arts Center.


October 26, 2013: Gods and Crocodiles at the Egyptian Family Festival, Walters Art Museum.


August 1, 2013: Home Burial, a site-specific spectacle based on poems from Robert Frost’s “North of Boston,” at the Homewood House Museum on the JHU campus.


July 29, 2013: ANTHOLOGY III at the Creative Alliance.


August 11/12, 2012: TO DIE IN ATHENS at the Homewood House Museum on the JHU campus in Baltimore.


August 2, 2012: Premiere of our second collaborative film, ANTHOLOGY II, at the Creative Alliance, and collaboration session with the audience.


June 3, 2012: UMRZEĆ W ATENACH // TO DIE IN ATHENS at Komuna//Warszawa in Warsaw.


July 17, 2011: Open session with audience and performance at Artscape, as part of High Zero’s Worlds in Collusion festival.
Text: Excerpts from Ron Allen’s short play “x restrung cortex.”


July 8, 2011: Premiere of the collaborative short film ANTHOLOGY I at the Creative Alliance, followed by open session with audience on Hart Crane’s poem “My Grandmother’s Love Letters.” More information and sample films here on the archival Anthology I page.


April 2011: Two education-targeted open sessions, archived here, at the Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School and Roland Park Elementary.


November 3, 2010: Core group performance / demonstration at the Wham City Lecture Series @ the Bell Foundry
Title: “Performance Approaches to the Greek Chorus.”
Text: excerpts from the choruses of Ted Hughes’s Agammemnon.

“Caroline Marcantoni speaks on Metaphysics, and Dara Weinberg speaks on the Greek Chorus. Both experts in subjects that need experting in. The information you receive this night will leave your head heavy. You will see everything that happens to you in a completely differnet way. Groups of old men will give you warnings, but you won’t hear them. Everything will be questioned, and the answers may change you.”


September 2010: Core group performance at the Baltimore Free School Talent Show @ 2640.
Text: “Emperor of Ice-Cream.”


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