2022 Summer & Fall Events

COVID SAFETY POLICY
Face masks completely covering nose and mouth are required to be worn while in the studio theater. Please wear a high-filtration mask with a tight fit to the face, such as a KN95 or N95. We highly encourage vaccinations and boosters!!


August 5-7
Allie Hankins || GHOSTING

Photo by Matt West

By My Own Hand, Part 1: GHOSTING, is the first in a five-part series of performances.Toying with the perceived power of systems we use to define ourselves, such as astrology, psychotherapy, and dream interpretation, Hankins coyly points to the futility of attempting to uphold a fixed persona in life or performance.

Co-Produced by Risk/Reward
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August 8-21
Corrie Befort + Jason E. Anderson || LIMITS

Sunday Aug 14 4pm
Showing open to the public
Outdoor reception to follow
RSVP/TIX HERE

PWNW welcomes Corrie Befort and Jason E. Anderson of LIMITS for our inaugural Alembic Parent Residency. The duo draw upon their extensive involvement with improvisation, film, video art, installation and experimental performance to investigate psychological experiences of time, memory and perception.

Alembic Parent Artist Residency
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August 27 || 7pm
touch system ✿✿✿ – open studio showing || Blue McCall + Jamondria Harris + ensemble

Free or ticket by donation.
Fundraiser event—all proceeds go towards honorariums for ensemble dancers.

touch system ✿✿✿ is an emerging choreographic work by Blue McCall, taking place within a six-channel sound installation by Jamondria Harris (meroitic), featuring custom tech coded by Ashely Ona Bott. The dance shifts between high-impact physicality and moments of sculptural stillness to explore tensions between embodiment and image making.
Come celebrate the conclusion of touch system’s rehearsal process, and launch of our performance season during this open studio sharing.
Guests will receive a ltd. edition cyberpunk print with access codes to touch system’s performance dates in the experimental music and art scene.
Alembic Resident Artist Program


September 25, 4pm
Shannon Mockli || informal showing

Shannon Mockli & Sarah Ebert in “(sub)terrain”
Photo by Jennifer James-Long

An indulgent series of collaborative duets facilitated by Eugene-based choreographer Shannon Mockli featuring sound artist Jon Bellona, and dancers Dakota Bouher, Karen Daly, Sarah Ebert, and Carlos Rassmussen, exploring our movement identities and histories, and how differences meld into distinct syntheses. What is the nature of our being together at this time? As an in-process showing, audience feedback will be a valuable and much-appreciated part of the program. 

4pm at PWNW
FREE or Pay what you will at the door
All donations go directly to Shannon
PWNW Public Access


Sept. 30-Oct-2
Linda Austin || 3 miles of possible (the first 2 miles)


Photo by Douglas Detrick

PWNW Artistic Director Linda Austin presents Mile 2 of her ongoing project 3 miles of possible. Audiences will have the chance to view the first mile, the second mile, or both miles back to back, depending on the date they choose. In this work, Austin travels a series of spatial paths threaded through with a variety of movement scores, choreographies, tasks, interactions with objects, guest artists, texts, songs, and sound compositions.
Linda Austin Dance

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October 8, 7:30pm
Nine Women: An Evening of Improv Comedy

Details soon.


November 4-6
Alembic Artist Series: Blue McCall & Dee Bustos

In the first of our 2-weekend series, Alembic Resident Artists Blue McCall and Dee Bustos share work in development.

Friday, Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 5pm
Alembic Resident Artist Program


November 11-13
Alembic Artist Series: Pepper Pepper & Adrianna Audoma

For this 2nd and final weekend of our Alembic Series, Alembic Resident Artists Pepper Pepper and Adrianna Audoma share work in development.

Friday, Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 5pm
Alembic Resident Artist Program


November 17-20
Marissa Rae Niederhauser

TICKET INFO SOON

During time spent visiting her father in a dementia care facility choreographer Marissa Rae Niederhauser became curious about the correlations between Alzheimer’s Disease and General Relativity. She is joined by composer Juniana Lanning and actor Daniel Shaw for a devised theater work contemplating the slippery qualities of time, intangibility of self/relationships and the myth of memory amidst a tangle of chairs, record players, paper airplanes and unspooled cassette tapes.