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Announcing CATCH 73 & 74 at The Invisible Dog

Announcing CATCH 73 & 74 at The Invisible Dog

Company:

The Invisible Dog

Location:

The Invisible Dog Art Center

Dates:

Sunday, June 18, 2017 - 7:00pm
Sunday, July 9, 2017 - 7:00pm

Tickets:

http://www.catchseries.org/

Company:
The Invisible Dog

Andrew Dinwiddie, Jeff Larson and Caleb Hammons are pleased to present CATCH 73 & 74
 
On Sundays June 18 & July 9, CATCH — “everyone’s favorite” Brooklyn-based, hydra-headed, trans-disciplinary, OBIE Award-winning, rough-and-ready series of performance events — returns to The Invisible Dog Arts Center in Brooklyn for two nights of performance mayhem from some of New York's most exciting artists. 

CATCH is curated with reckless delicacy by Jeff Larson, Andrew Dinwiddie, and Caleb Hammons, and was awarded a prestigious Obie Award in 2015 for its contribution to the performing arts community in New York City.  Since 2003, Catch has given stage to the most exciting emerging artists and downtown luminaries spreading a serious-art-in-a-serious-party vibe all over Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and in seven other cities across the country. Pouring equal portions of community, love and beer, it has been described by ART FORUM as, "a crash course on what performance looks like today."


CATCH 73
CATCH DADS (AND AUNTIE CALEB) GIFT IDEAS


7pm Sunday 18 June 
at The Invisible Dog Art Center 
all tickets $15 at the door
FREE BEER
info at catchseries.org 

a canary torsi !

Jess Barbagallo !

Kim Brandt !

The HawtPlates !  

Amy Khoshbin for City Council ! 

Virginia Lee Montgomery !

Angie Pittman !

Matt Romein !

Ashley R.T. Yergens !


CATCH 74
FOUNDING MOTHERS' DAY WEEKEND SPECTACULAR

7pm Sunday 9 July 
at The Invisible Dog Arts Center 
all tickets $15 at the door
FREE BEER 
info at catchseries.org
 

Kate Benson !
Chris DeVita !
Illana Harris-Babou ! 
Patti Harrison !  
Devin Kenny + Drag Lomax!
Adam & Zack Khalil ! 
Jessica Pretty !
Marianna Velancia !
Julio Torres !
André Zachary!  
- plus - 

12-7pm Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 July 
in The Invisible Dog's Glass House
FREE 
installation & performance 
by CATCH Founding Mother

Jennifer Seastone !

 


Photos by Maria Baranova and Arion Doerr.
 

 

catch:

Catch has presented in-progress and/or short works by Luciana Achugar, ANIMALS, Ivy Baldwin, Eve Beglarian, Gelsey Bell, Monstah Black, Suzanne Bocanegra, Big Dance Theater, Charlotte Brathwaite, Mallory Catlett, Yanira Castro, Mike Daisey, Helga Davis, Debate Society, Annie Dorsen, Elevator Repair Service, Faye Driscoll, Jeanine Durning, Jim Findlay, Daniel Fish, Beth Gill, GRANDMA, Sam Green, Neil Greenberg, Miguel Gutierrez, Half Straddle, Nick Hallett, Dynasty Handbag, 600 Highwaymen, Cynthia Hopkins, Julia Jarcho, John Jasperse, Karinne Keithley, Sibyl Kempson, Sam Kim, Steve Lambert, Travis Laplante, Young Jean Lee, Lumberob, Taylor Mac, Juliette Mapp, Erin Markey, Kenny Mellman, Neal Medlyn, Rashaun Mitchell & Silas Reiner, Jennifer Monson, John Moran, Dean Moss, Julie Atlas Muz, the National Theater of the United States of America, the Nature Theater of Oklahoma, David Neumann, Andrew Ondrejcak, Tere O'Connor, Brooke O'Harra, Cori Olinghouse, Zeena Parkins, Rebecca Patek, Jillian Pena, Katy Pyle / Ballez, PWR BTTM, Steven Reker, Robbinschilds, Brian Rogers, Jen Rosenblit, The Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble, Jay Scheib, Chris Schlichting, Joseph Silovsky, Geoff Sobelle, Phil Soltanoff, Anna Sperber, Sunwatchers, David Thomson, the Theater of a Two-Headed Calf, Title:Point, Adrienne Truscott, Donna Uchizono, Kate Valk & Paul Lazar, Larissa Velez-Jackson / Yackez, Arturo Vidich, Gillian Walsh, Christopher Williams, Lucy Raven, Witness Relocation, Ann Liv Young, Chris Yon and many multiples of the most exciting artists you haven't heard of ... yet.

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