A-Z guide to The O.P.E.N.
Kicking off on June 26, The O.P.E.N. is a 21/2-week programme of films, talks, performances and exhibitions. It introduces ideas and artists that will be presented in August at the Singapore International Festival of Arts. CORRIE TAN and LISABEL TING present an A-to-Z guide on The O.P.E.N., which stands for Open, Participate, Enrich and Negotiate
Published on Jun 10, 2014 12:06 PM
A is for the archives of The Wooster Group
The genre-bending and experimental theatre company The Wooster Group will be giving audiences here a taste of its oeuvre with video screenings of its past work - ahead of its production Cry, Trojans! (Troilus & Cressida) at the Singapore International Festival of Arts.
Mr Clay Hapaz, 53, the long-time archivist of the New York-based company, will be at The O.P.E.N. next month to discuss several of the group's iconic works that have been recorded, created and/or reconstructed on tape.
These include Rumstick Road (1977), House/Lights (1999) and To You, The Birdie! (2002).
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