Excited to announce that After It Happened – will be virtually remounted at The Ford on March 11th. In anticipation of the event we’ll be having Artist Talks with some of the creative folk on the Sundays leading up to the event. Join us this Sunday, February 28th at 3pm (PST) for a conversation with Artistic Director Laura Karlin and performing artist Irene Kleinbauer, who will discuss their time in creation together.
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About this Performance
Artistic Director: Laura Karlin
Choreography: Laura Karlin with Carole Bacic, Jonathan Bryant, Hyosun Choi, Louie Cornejo, Jessica Dunn, Sofia Klass, Irene Kleinbauer, Jodie Mashburn, Ryan Ruiz, Chris Smith, Cody Wilbourn, Sadie Yarrington
Dancers: Jonathan Bryant, Hyosun Choi, Louie Cornejo, Jessica Dunn, Sofia Klass, Irene Kleinbauer, Jodie Mashburn, Chris Smith, Sadie Yarrington
Music Composition: Toby Karlin, Diana Lynn, Jon Lall
Music Performance: Toby Karlin, Diana Lynn, Hyosun Choi
Additional Music Credits: (insert whatever the LA Phil music rights wizards need here for lyrics/music to Ne Me Quitte Pas and Feeling Good)
Technical Director / Lighting Designer: R.S. Buck
Set Design: John Burton
Costume Design: Laura Karlin & Sadie Yarrington
Blue Dress Design: Kate Bishop
Sound Engineer: Zachary Crumrine
Stage Management: Rita Santos
Assistant Lighting Designer: William Dang
Publicist: Allison Van Etten, Ravenscroft PR
2016 Invertigo Production Staff:
Executive Director: Tara Aesquivel
Producing Director: Leslie Scott
Office Manager: Mike Rebong
2021 Invertigo Production Staff:
Executive Director: David Mack
Creative Engagement Director: K. Bradford
Community Engagement Manager: Rosa Navarrete
Development Manager: Chelsea Sutton
Operations Associate: Sanna Rafalovich
This show has been through a number of iterations as it has developed over the years. Some of the many people who are deeply embedded in its creation are: Cody Wilbourn, Ryan Ruiz, Corina Kinnear, Carole Bacic, Dan McNamara, Kate Bishop, Rosalida Medina, Jamie Nichols and Celebrate Dance, Erin Schlabach, and Mark Hein.
Set in the aftermath of a natural disaster, After It Happened, is a story of human resilience, desperation, and regrowth, as a community rebuilds itself and searches for hope among the refuse. Created in 2014, After it Happened was performed at The Ford in 2016.
“With wild abandon, slick partnering, and sensitive storytelling… After It Happened strategically melds dynamic physicality, voice, and music to reveal the human condition in a post-calamity community.”
LA Weekly Pick of the Week: “Invertigo Dance Theatre has a knack for taking an off-kilter viewpoint, creating insightful, contemporary dance theater tinged with wry humor.”
– LA Weekly
After it Happened is an intensely theatrical piece of transdisciplinary work by Invertigo Dance Theatre that creates a post-disaster world that manages to be disturbing, beautiful, and very, very funny, all at once.
Programs, artists, dates, prices, and availability subject to change.
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