Event

[PERFORMANCE] Why Do We Dream? A Micro-Opera

Why do we dream?
A micro-opera by RISE and CLOrk at LePARC

Sparked and driven by Valentina Plata

Experience a lucid dream with us in a massively collaborative, intersensory performance at Concordia’s EV building. Singers (human and not), masked dancers, community musicians, costumed actors, chaos (f)actors, laptopists, sound sculpturers (physical and metaphysical), brain imagers, painters, object handers, dream journal reciters, deep dreamers, live coders, shape shifters, and happy campers will enact a lucid dream in a collectively improvised performance. Join us as a dreamer, a precipitator, a participator, a passer-by, a bystander (or a bywanderer), a spectator or an unexpectator. Run with your “unsupervised imagination” into the dreams universe.

This happening is open and free for all, made possible by support from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Procedural masks must be worn throughout.

Time: This Thursday, March 17th, 8 PM
Location:  Performing Arts Research Cluster (Le PARC)
Concordia University, EV building, 
1515 Saint-Catherine St W.
Room 10.760 (10th fl.)

How to find it: Once in the EV building, take the eastern-wing elevators to the 10th floor. From the elevators corridor turn left (east) and you shall see and hear the entry point. 


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Special note: expect an oonaghverse easter egg appearance by Jean Bark