Tuesday, October 11, 2011

2011-12 TOUR UPDATE & NEWS!



Yeehaw! 2011-12, here I come!
I am very excited about all my travels, workshops, performances and adventures coming up in 2011-12. As the LAY OF THE LAND tour continues, I am performing in all parts of the country this Fall- Northwest to Southeast, Texas to Tennessee, Southern California to Southern Illinois to Southern Florida! I am particularly buzzed to be doing weeklong performance residencies at SIU-Carbondale, Cal State University Northridge and Lamar University in Texas where I will be making pieces with students out of intensive workshops.

As I look to the new year, 2012 brings us yet more assaults on gay people as certain states try to write bigotry into their state Constitutions. I will be doing two residency projects exploring this nasty phenomenon in both states where citizens will be voting to take away rights from gay folks: North Carolina and Minnesota. Also runs of LAY OF THE LAND coming in 2012 in Minneapolis and Philadelphia at InterAct Theater.
Here's the main stops for Fall, 2011! Hope to see you somewhere on my travels!
Best,
Tim
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Upcoming Performances!
September 25–30, 2011 Southern Illinois University
October 1–2 Southern Methodist University
Dallas, TX
October 3 University of Texas, Dallas
October 10–11 Reed College
Portland, OR
October 12 Oregon State University
October 12 Western Oregon University
October 21–28 Cal State University
Northridge, CA
November 1–2 Austin Peay State University
Tennessee
November 5 Colony Theater, Miami Beach Sleepless Night
November 7–9 George College and State University
November 10–13 7 Stages Theater
Atlanta, GA
November 25–December 2 Lamar University
Beaumont, TX

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Blogger Josiah Wintermute said...

Thanks for sharing with us.
John Wintermute

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