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The making of "All the Devils are Here: A Tempest in the Galapagos"

These videos provide insight into the process of making Open Dance Project's latest immersive work - "All the Devils are Here: A Tempest in the Galapagos." Originally set to premiere in May 2020, co-presenters Open Dance Project and DiverseWorks teamed up to offer a series of community engagement events throughout the year to inform the creation of the work that was presented via livestream May 14 & 15, 2021.

Video Editor: Lizzy McGoldrick

This project is supported by the National Performance Network (NPN) Documentation & Storytelling Initiative. For more information: npnweb.org.

Power, Sex and Climate Change: a Roundtable discussion & preview of ODP's "All the Devils are Here: A Tempest in the Galapagos"

Join DiverseWorks and Open Dance Project for a virtual roundtable discussion on the intersecting themes of power, sexuality, and climate change explored in ODP’s new immersive dance, All the Devils are Here: A Tempest in the Galapagos. This discussion is part of a series of public programs that engage audiences with ODP’s research and creative process in the lead up to the premiere of All the Devils are Here in May 2021.

Annie Arnoult, Open Dance Project Artist Director, will be joined by

GUEST SPEAKERS
Rachel Afi Quinn, Assistant Professor, Comparative Cultural Studies and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Houston

Lina Dib, Multidisciplinary Artist

Ryan McGettigan, Scenic Designer, Open Dance Project

MODERATED BY
Niki Kasumi Clements, Assistant Professor of Religion and Distinguished Teaching in the Humanities, Rice University

This free roundtable discussion will be hosted on Zoom and live-streamed on DW’s YouTube channel. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link and login information.

This event is supported in part by the National Performance Network, Cullen Trust for Performing Arts, City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, Texas Commission on the Arts, Brown Foundation, Inc., Houston Endowment, and the John Steven Kellett Foundation.

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