A Movement Performance Installation Experience – tempowaryly: seriously frivolous

Keyon_Gaskin_05A high brow dance/movement performance art show around the corner from Bucks Stove Palace? It’s the sort of thing that makes Foster road neighborhoods one of a kind.

The on-weekend-only show is next week at Linda Austin’s Performance Works NorthWest. Check out the description and photos of people in their underwear below:

tempowaryly: seriously frivolous is a movement performance installation experience which takes place on the full moon weekend in November.  It is an abstract rumination on the proclivity to define yet the inability to know, among other things…  It is an encompassing engaging piece that floats between the worlds of contemporary/conceptual dance, abstract theater, and performance/visual-art installation.

Co-created and performed by: Jen Hackworth, Rosana Ybarra, and keyon gaskin

Set & Visual elements designed and created by: Nathan Stuart, Russel Terwelp, Rosana Ybarra, and keyon gaskin
Concept: keyon gaskin


tempowaryly: seriously frivolous
Friday-Sunday Nov. 15- 17, 2013 @ 7:37pm (the weekend of the full moon)
Performance Works NorthWest
4625 SE 67th Ave. (Foster/Holgate)

Tickets: In advance $11 artist & $13 general available at . Or at the door $13 artist & $16 general
tickets are available online at http://tempowary.brownpapertickets.com/


tempowaryly: seriously frivolous is Co-presented by Performance Works NW Alembic series and is supported by the Regional Arts and Culture Council.

A Busy Weekend Ahead on Foster Road


It’s all about art in these parts as FAN packs it in again.  Start with coffee and breakfast at Carts on Foster and Pieper Cafe and then it’s a choose your own adventure between the Slingshot Lounge, Salon Mojo, The Crafty Underdog Shop, Torta-landia, Gemini Lounge, and the Foster Road Salon featuring art by Aaron R. Friedman.  While you’re in the heart of Foster, don’t miss the 10th and final grand finale of the Richard Foreman Festival at Performance Works NW.  Dancers, poets, theater and media artists promise to amuse and befuddle you with a marathon of short works created in just 10 days.  Advance purchase tickets are available for two seatings at 7:30 and 9:30 pm. (more…)