News

Jul
2
6:00 pm18:00

Sunday Service at Knockdown Center

Same As Sister (S.A.S.) are very excited to be curating the next Sunday Service, Knockdown Center’s free monthly performance series, titled Pairings in Horror: The Visceral + The Visual Impact. The evening will feature live and digital performances by Lamy Istrefi Jr. with Leo Genovese + Mersiha Mesihovic/CIRCUITDEBRIS, and Stacy Grossfield Dance Projects + Gil Sperling, plus a special reading by Rie Yamaguchi-Borden. Each team will respond to a secret text within the horror genre through collaborative experimentation, improvisation and creation. For more info visit: knockdown.center/event/sunday-service-same-as-sister/

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Apr
27
6:30 pm18:30

CAMAC Open Studios

Same As Sister (S.A.S.) are looking forward to opening the doors to their studio at Centre d'Art Marnay Art Centre, where they have been in residence for a month, to share their creative process and present a work-in-progress performance of their project, Odd Jewels: Beauty Under Mask. The Open Studios event begins at 6:30 pm, followed by the performance at 7:30 pm. For more info visit: camac.org/agenda/open-studios-6/

Apr
3
Apr 30

CAMAC Residency

Same As Sister (S.A.S.) are ecstatic to have been accepted into Centre d'Art Marnay Art Centre's 2017 Artist Residency Program in beautiful Marnay-sur-Seine, France. For the month of April they will continue creation of their project, Odd Jewels: Beauty Under Mask with performers Hannah Caggiano and Kristina Hay. For more info visit: camac.org

Jan
23
8:00 pm20:00

Movement Research at the Judson Church

Same As Sister (S.A.S.) are honored to have been selected to present an excerpt of their project in development, Odd Jewels: Beauty Under Mask during Movement Research's Spring Season at the historic Judson Memorial Church. They will share the program with Ana Paula Camargo and Fermín Martínez, Ishmael Houston-Jones and Emma Geisdorf. For more info visit: movementresearch.org/event/3415

Jan
21
Feb 19

The Middle Passage

Same As Sister (S.A.S.) are thrilled to be partnering with Intrinsic Grey for a revisioning of their work, Women Times Three, February 11-12, as part of The Middle Passage. The Middle Passage is a four-week performance art narrative in site-specific camera obscura at Open Source Gallery featuring Elsa Waithe, Dante Brown|Warehouse Dance x Jayson Smith, and Dances for Solidarity x A Theatre Genesis feat. Chee Malabar x André Zachery. For more info visit: vanderbiltrepublic.com/post/155907565155/middle-passage