Last week our latest collaboration with the LA Chamber Orchestra unfolded across the soundstage at Mack Sennet Studio, around a program curated by the brilliant Matthias Pintscher, featuring Michelle DeYoung. More images and info here. “Direction and design were entrusted to Mat Sweeney and Sebastian Peters-Lazaro, a.k.a. the roving theater outfit Four Larks…cunningly unified in […]
Our sold-out katabasis has completed its run at the Getty Villa, and the reviews are in! See photos, video, and hear music from katabasis here. <a href=”https://noproscenium.com/rite-resurrected-fourlarks-triumphant-katabasis-the-nopro-review-100eaa99f16a”><strong>”Triumphant…A high-water mark for site specific theatre”</a></strong> Kevin Gossett, NO PROSCENIUM <a href=”http://stageraw.com/2019/02/09/four-larks-and-ghost-road/?platform=hootsuite&fbclid=IwAR04YUHJJF9xzmV4DwS2MzIBJBCW-9jFLq56smzFtRouze2o5-fteP7zeK4″>”Like a profound church service in its reach for eternal stasis…so beautifully and skillfully ensnared by four […]
Our site-specific processional opera is back on at the Getty Villa from January 24-26 2019! Following a delay by the Woolsey Fire, which shuttered the Villa for two weeks in Novemeber, we’re excited to finally premiere this new work. The Getty will announce new ticket info in early January. Please join our mailing list or […]
This weekend we were set to present a site-specific processional opera at the Getty Villa, but nature had other plans. All of our thoughts are with those affected by the tragic fire. This weekend, before we disband a project that never was, we are congregating at our downtown studio to present a modified concert version, […]
On the heels of a spectacular opening to the series this spring, we will continue our site-specific new music explorations with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra this Fall. Join us at DTLA’s Hauser & Wirth for another musical and visual feast, this time curated by Derrick Spiva.
We’re preparing a mystery rite through the hallowed halls and gardens of the Getty Villa this November. Created as a companion piece to the Villa’s latest exhibition ‘Underworld : Imagining the Afterlife,’ our Katabasis will lead initiates through the realm of the dead in a performance that combines ritual theatre and immersive music.
We’re joining forces with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra for a site-specific concert party on May 24th at Angel City Brewing Co. We’ll be art-directing and co-producing this event. LA music hero Andrew Norman (pictured above) has curated an incredible program of string works from the likes of Caroline Shaw, Sky Macklay & Nina C […]