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Pete McCabe

Pete McCabe in front of HERE Arts Center, photo by Carl Skutch
Pete McCabe in front of HERE Arts Center, photo by Carl Skutch

Pete Mccabe is a writer, playwright, producer, director, and actor. He is the author of the play "In the Company of Trees" and is the dramaturg for the HERE Arts Center.

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HERE Arts Center

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HERE Arts Center is a New York City based off-off broadway presenting house, founded in 1993, with two stages specializing in hybrid performance, dance, theater, multi-media and puppetry.

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Idiot: Kristin Marting & Robert Lyons

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HERE Arts Center

HERE Arts Center and New Ohio Theater Artistic Directors discuss their production Idiot --explaining why Dostoyevsky, why now, and their existential dilemma over a night that feels like an opening party at the Russian Tea Room.

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Jessica Scot, Ship of Fools

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HERE Arts Center

The puppeteer chats about her developing theater piece Ship of Fools, a multi-disciplinary theater piece involving live music, puppetry, movement and strong visual design that seeks to illuminate the age-old practice of pathologizing women.

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Leah Coloff, This Tree

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HERE Arts Center

A conversation with the cellist/singer who is developing a a multi-media performance ritual anchored by her songs and amplified by personal stories where pioneer spirit meets immigrant dreams in the Pacific Northwest.

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Jeremy Bloom, O

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HERE Arts Center

Collective Playmaker of the collaborative theater-making partnership Rady & Bloom, describes the process of creating O, a theater piece replete with music, puppetry and painting that draws inspiration from Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

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Edgar Oliver, Onstage & Off

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HERE Arts Center

Playwright, poet, and performer known to followers of The Moth, La MaMa, Pyramid Club, and many other of downtown's more adventurous performance spaces and theaters journeys through his personal history and future dreams with Pete McCabe.

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Shakespeare's Beehive

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Writers and Publishers

Rare book collectors and authors George Koppelman and Daniel Wechsler analyzed a 1580 copy of Baret's Alvearie, or Quadruple Dictionary and concluded that it was the great playwright's personal copy and had profound influence on his writing.

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This Takes Place Close By

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Knockdown Center Radio Channel

Members of the music collective thingNY discuss the premiere of their collaborative and experimental opera, This Takes Place Close By, in which six composer-performers explore the reactions of isolated individuals in the wake of a devastating storm.

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Mohammed Fairouz & Paul Muldoon: Follow, Poet

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Experimental Composers

The celebrated composer and poet in conversation (with musical examples) on the challenges of setting poetry to music, Irish history, and insights into writers from Yeats to Auden to Brodsky to JFK to Taylor Swift and something about Typhoid Mary.

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Prototype Festival

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HERE Arts Center

Beth Morrison, Kristin Marting and Kim Whitener, directors of Prototype Opera/Theatre/Now, the premier global festival of opera-theatre and music-theatre in New York City, discuss the project in advance of the January 2015 edition.

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Bora Yoon, Sunken Cathedral

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HERE Arts Center

Pete McCabe interviews composer and sound artist Bora Yoon about her multimedia performance Sunken Cathedral. Utilising diverse instrumentation including voice, Tibetan bowls, water and radio, Yoon's work explores memory and cultural identity.

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Puppeteer Joseph Silovsky discusses his current project Send for the Million Men, a theatrical examination of the U.S. government's 1927 execution of Sacco and Vanzetti, which will be performed at the HERE Arts Center in December 3-13, 2014.

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Paul Pinto, Thomas Paine in Violence

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HERE Arts Center

Vocalist and composer Paul Pinto talks about the development of his new work Thomas Paine in Violence, a psychedelic opera in which Paine's words of American colonial activism are juxtaposed with the punditry of our contemporary media landscape.

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Multifaceted duo Amelia Zirin-Brown and Rob Roth team up to create the second episode of their tryptic for the Female Lead series. This award winning spectacle asks us how temptation leads to the fall from grace.

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Matt Marks & Paul Peers, Mata Hari

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HERE Arts Center

Composer Matt Marks and director and librettist Paul Peers discuss their interdisciplinary opera-theater piece inspired by the salacious life story of Mata Hari, the exotic dancer who was executed for espionage during World War I.

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