* Crucible SoundCrucible Sound
Time: 8:00 pm
***Aaron Brooks - guitar (Nite Vapor) https://nightvapor.bandcamp.com/ ***Chris McCune - drums (Dendritic Arbor, McCune/Trimm duo) https://dendriticarbors.bandcamp.com/ ***Brian Riordan - electronics http://www.brianriordanmusic.com/ + more As usual, the musicians will improvise in ad-hoc groups. Doors at 8:00 Music starts at 8:30, ends by 11:00 (3 sets) suggested donation
* FLANDREW FLEISENBERGFLANDREW FLEISENBERG
Time: 8:30 pm
FLANDREW FLEISENBERG (Percussion) SOLO SUMMER TOUR http://lifeoffleisenberg.blogspot.com/ ***Flandrew Fleisenberg plays percussion on an ever changing assortment of ephemera and modified drum parts coaxing texture and tone both familiar and bizarre. Attentive to room resonance, ambience and collaborator, Fleisenberg playfully utilizes sound and presence to explore space, time, and relationships. A graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) with a focus in conceptual art, he is musically self-taught and has developed a cadre of idiosyncratic techniques that are all his own. Flandrew has been involved in the improvised and creative music community since 2001 performing solo, in ad-hoc improv groupings, and in set projects. A recent migrant to Philadelphia, Fleisenberg is an active producer and advocate of Free Improvisation music and dance across the region. Recent and favored implements: Cannon ball, 10" ball chain, catering platters, doors, loose cymbals, sticky sticks, soup pans, glass window, steel spring, floors, walls, air, sand, paper, rope, ping ping balls, a couple glasses of wine, some luck, and good fortune. Current collaborations: Skinny Vinny (duo with Joshua Jefferson), Vervet Dance (Loren Groenendaal), Fleature (duo with Neil Feather), duo with Audrey Chen. with locals: Jim Lingo, Dan Malinsky http://dmalinsky.info/, Anna Azizzy Rosati ***Solo sets plus maybe some ad hoc groups. suggested donation. don't ever be a dick. Another Crucible Sound type jump-off
Time: 8:00 pm
What if your ability to make personal connections helped you unlock a bigger story? Mingled, Uncumber Theatrics’ newest experimental immersive work, invites audiences to discover hidden connections and add their own stories to the mix. Participants will be asked to “dress to impress” as they assume the role of speed-daters in this interactive experience mimicking the conventions of a speed-dating event. Patrons will be guided to form deeper connections with friends and strangers through intimate one-on-one interactions and challenging “ice-breaker” questions. Participants may not know at first which of their fellow minglers are actors and which are audience members like themselves. But as the evening progresses, the perceptive will notice that not everybody is who they seem. And while they attempt to uncover these secrets, patrons may discover few of their own.