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Announcing New Creative Partners: Corey Allen, Sienna Gonzalez, and Jason Tseng

Announcing New Creative Partners: Corey Allen, Sienna Gonzalez, and Jason Tseng

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                Contact: Emily Hartford, emily@fluxtheatre.org Flux Theatre Ensemble announces new Creative Partners Corey Allen, Sienna Gonzalez, and Jason Tseng join award-winning ensemble Flux Theatre Ensemble is pleased to announce that Corey Allen, Sienna Gonzalez, and Jason Tseng have…

Flux Honors Micah Bucey with The Larry Kramer Artivist Award

Flux Honors Micah Bucey with The Larry Kramer Artivist Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                Contact: Emily Hartford, emily@fluxtheatre.org Flux Theatre Ensemble launches Artist/Activist Award Inaugural Honoree Micah Bucey to receive The Larry Kramer Artivist Award at November 5th event “A Year to the Day” — Flux’s 2019 Fundraiser TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th…

Core Work 10.22.19: “You third rail?”

Core Work 10.22.19: “You third rail?”

Report and picture by Emily Hartford. WHO: Corey Allen (video chat), Neo Cihi, Sienna Gonzalez, Emily Hartford, Corinna Schulenburg, Isaiah Tanenbaum  WHAT: Reading and discussing new PACK pages (by Corinna Schulenburg) featuring Bali, Harker, and Tanner; Experimenting with a devising exercise around Metra (by Emily Hartford and Ned Massey) that explored elemental communication for climate…

Core Work 9.24.19: Ancient Lineage and New Spaces

Core Work 9.24.19: Ancient Lineage and New Spaces

Report by Emily Hartford. WHO: Corey Allen, Emily Hartford, Rachael Hip-Flores (video chat), Elizaveta Kravnchenko, Morgan McGuire, Dominique Rider, Corinna Shulenburg  (video chat), Alisha Spielmann, Isaiah Tanenbaum, Stephanie Willing (video chat). And, while Jason Tseng wasn’t able to attend, we were thrilled to read new pages from them—from the play whose ending emerged like a…

A Year to the Day: Flux’s 2019 Fundraiser

<em>A Year to the Day</em>: Flux’s 2019 Fundraiser

Photo by Alisha Spielmann of a New Sanctuary Coalition protest. A lot can happen in a year: in a theatre, in a community, in a country. A year to the day before the 2020 general election, join Flux Theatre Ensemble’s community of artists and activists to celebrate, activate, and organize. We’ll roll out exciting new…

Core Work 9.13.19: Harvest Moon

Core Work 9.13.19: Harvest Moon

Post by Corinna Schulenburg WHO: Neo Cihi, Sienna Gonzalez (video chat), Corinna Schulenburg, Alisha Spielmann, Isaiah Tanenbaum, and Salma Zohdi; with a ritual contributed from Anna Rahn WHAT: Pack by Corinna Schulenburg; Revolution Cycles by Salma Zohdi; a stand-up act by Sienna Gonzalez; a ritual for the harvest from Anna Rahn; a brainstorm about The…

Flux Core Work Going Forward

Flux Core Work Going Forward

Photo from the 2019 Core Work gathering at Little Pond by Isaiah Tanenbaum.  Core Work was the name we gave to a transformational gathering at Little Pond, and to the community who joined those conversations from afar. Now it’s a working title for something new that is also a return to some things that are…

Flux Core Work 2019 Summary

Flux Core Work 2019 Summary

Post by Corinna Schulenburg, with a bunch of words from Emily Hartford. Every year, Flux Theatre Ensemble holds our  week-long Annual Retreat at Little Pond in Nazareth, PA. This year was different. Flux has been experiencing quite a bit of change over the past few years, and we’ve been doing a lot of thinking and…

Flux Core Work 2019, Day Four: Artie Sparkay, Woes Matter, and Busy Coffeedrop

Flux Core Work 2019, Day Four: Artie Sparkay, Woes Matter, and Busy Coffeedrop

Day Four–our final Core Work day together, began with Corinna Schulenburg;’s meditation exercise, Keeping and Letting Go. This was a wonderful chance to slow down and reflect on the past few days, as Corinna led us through each milepost of Core Work so far—inviting us to look over those moments, to decide what to keep and carry with…

Flux Core Work 2019, Day Three: Welcome to Life.org

Flux Core Work 2019, Day Three: Welcome to Life.org

Photo by Isaiah Tanenbaum. Post by Emily Hartford (with light edits from Corinna Schulenburg). For our our warm-up, Isaiah Tanenbaum led a walking tag game where we took on the names of animals, and to avoid being tagged as we were approached by the person who was “it,” we had to call out the name of…

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