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Our Options Have Changed Trailer Drop

<em>Our Options Have Changed</em> Trailer Drop

Flux Announces Our Options Have Changed

Flux Announces <em>Our Options Have Changed</em>

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE      Contact: Rachael Hip-Flores, rachael@fluxtheatre.org Flux Theatre Ensemble presents the World Premiere of Our Options Have Changed an interactive audio experience on your phone lead artists: Corey Allen, Emily Hartford, and Will Lowry with additional direction from: Heather Cohn and Lori Elizabeth Parquet sound design: Renee Yeong programmer: Taylor C Jensen…

Flux’s 2021 Retreat at Little Pond

Flux’s 2021 Retreat at Little Pond

Land Acknowledgment

As part of working through the #WeSeeYouWAT demands, Flux has drafted a land acknowledgment for our website that we’ll also feature and share wherever we produce.: Flux Theatre Ensemble has produced the majority of our plays on the Lenape island of Mannahatta in Lenapehoking, the Lenape homeland. Flux has also produced work on the lands…

Announcing Rage Play: Beyond the Scenes

Announcing Rage Play: Beyond the Scenes

An Interactive Livestream Featuring the Cast and Creative Team of Rage Play Saturday, May 30 at 7:30 pm CLICK HERE to request the Zoom registration link What Is It? Flux’s world premiere production of Rage Play, by Nandita Shenoy and directed by Flux Creative Partner Lori Parquet, was scheduled to open in late March. As COVID-19…

Rage Play cancelled

<em>Rage Play</em> cancelled

It’s with a heavy but grateful heart that we’re sharing our decision to cancel our production of Rage Play. The health of our team, and the health of our audience and community, must come first. It’s important Flux play our part to flatten the curve and lessen the harm of COVID-19. We are also in…

Jason Tseng’s The Other Side to debut at Downtown Urban Arts Festival

Jason Tseng’s <i>The Other Side</i> to debut at Downtown Urban Arts Festival

We are proud to announce that The Other Side, a new play by Creative Partner Jason Tseng, will debut at the Downtown Urban Arts Festival for a one-night-only performance on June 11th, 2020 at Signature Theatre, and will be co-produced by Flux Theatre Ensemble. Creative Partners Emily Hartford will be directing and Kia Rogers will…

Core Work 3.4.2020 — “No Promises”

Core Work 3.4.2020 — “No Promises”

(From Left) Core Workers Leila Ghaznavi, Christine Zagrobelny, Isaiah Tanenbaum and Justin Woo attempt to fill in cryptic forms as a part of the Kafka-esque government bureaucracy in Jason Tseng’s Sanctuary Post, photo, and collective notetaking by Jason Tseng; Post title from Justin’s Hunger WHO: Alex Chester-Banks, Leila Ghaznavi, Isaiah Tanenbaum, Jason Tseng, and Justin…

Core Work 2.3.20: Late November

Core Work 2.3.20: Late November

Post and photo by Emily Hartford. Photo of Christine’s direction of Salma’s “The November Monologues” from Revolution/Train WHO: Leila Buck (video chat), HJ Farr, Leila Ghaznavi, Emily Hartford, Kitty Lindsay, Rocio Mendez, Jason Tseng, Christine Zagrobelny, Salma Zohdi WHAT: Reading and discussion of Jason Tseng’s play Asynchronous, a planet-hopping sci-fi play; sharing and conversation from…

Core Work 1.23.20 — “History is like square dancin’. You may switch partners but the steps are the same.”

Core Work 1.23.20 — “History is like square dancin’. You may switch partners but the steps are the same.”

Core Work 1.23.20 — “History is like square dancin’. You may switch partners but the steps are the same.” Post by Emily Hartford, photo by Heather Cohn, collective note-taking recorded by Heather Post title from Jason Tseng’s Heavenly Kingdon WHO: Arthur Aulisi, Rick Burkhardt, Heather Cohn, Carissa Cordes, Zach Ezer, Rand Faris, Omi Ford, Tatiana…

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