Posts Tagged ‘theater’

Tella Tella Tellabration!

Dragon’s Egg Presents Tellabration! A Celebration of the Oral Tradition Tellabration is a mammoth storytelling event – and that’s no Tall Tale! It’s a storytelling phenomenon, made up of dozens of storytelling happenings all over the world. Its purpose is to introduce adults, as well as children, to the pleasures of the oral art of […]


The Plague Project Programme

Programme for the Plague Project – a Zoom experience! August 15, 2020 A series of explorations and reflections upon Camus’ book, The Plague —with wide latitude for choice of inspiration! The actors, dancers, puppeteers, poets, and musicians give of their time and their generous talent freely. If you are able to give a donation to […]


Narrative Project: the Plague

The Plague Project August 15, at 4 pm, via live zoom An Assemblage performance project, open to all; donations are welcome. Performers will include Clare Byrne, Ara Fitzgerald, Cecelia Foxanesi, Melanie Greenhouse, Martha Moore, Claire Porter, Jason Rabin, Leslie Satin, Jessie Winograd and dancers. Perhaps more…. For the past 17 years, the Dragon’s Egg has […]


Summer Dance Sampler

Summer Dance Sampler offered on Zoom by the Dragon’s Egg! Hi, Every summer, we have been offering a “Dance Sampler” in which there is a different style of class each week. This year I have put it on the zoom platform, and I hope you will be able to join us for some, or all, […]


Echo returns! returns returns in 2020

  An echo is created, repeated and transformed in play with Space and Time   ECHOensemble comes together in an awareness-based practice of repetition and evolution called SHIFT, born from Mary Overlie’s Viewpoints, Steve Reich’s “process music”, Pauline Oliveros’ Deep Listening, and years of messy research. ECHOensemble had their public debut at Dixon Place in January, 2019, […]


Juliet and her Romeo – June 15th

The R and J Project!!  June 15 at 4 pm, at the Dragon’s Egg This will be the tenth annual Narrative Project at the Egg, in which a particular literary text is selected, and Dragon’s Egg artists of various genres (dance, theatre, music, puppetry) create a riff on a particular portion of the text.  Marya […]