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  • APPLY FOR WORKS-IN-PROGRESS 2020! "This experience has changed the way we look at creating new work." - WIP artists Red Eye's annual Works-In-Progress (WIP) program gives area artists access to space and other practical resources – financial, technical, and administrative – necessary to develop ideas for performance. What's more, it provides enough time for those ideas to incubate, for the possibility to learn from daring experiments that fail, or unexpected discoveries that beg for furthe…
  • Kaya Lovestrand updated the Opportunity test
    RED EYE’S WORKS-IN-PROGRESS 2019 - CALL FOR PROPOSALS Applications will be accepted through December 17, 2018 for Red Eye’s 35th annual Works-In-Progress program. OVERVIEW Works-In-Progress provides artistic, production, and administrative developmental support over a six-month period for a cohort of 4-5 selected artists/artistic collaborations. A hallmark of the program is a series of critical response feedback sessions facilitated by Red Eye artists. Artists selected are supported with reh…
  • Red Eye Theater is in the home stretch of moving out of its 14th Street space! This weekend, as we wrap up, we are holding public open hours for anyone who would like to visit the space one last time - and we also invite you to take away furniture, costumes, and props!! We have TONS OF GREAT STUFF over here,. and anything we can't clear out in time will be demolished with the building.. so please help us ensure things don't go to waste. Need a Halloween costume, new chairs for your apartment, or…
  • Red Eye premieresWHILE YOU WERE OUT A new play Conceived & Directed by Andrew Dolan & Hayley Finn Written by Hayley Finn Here’s your chance to get inside the head of a character like you’ve never experienced before! Two simultaneous stories. One stage. 70 sets of headphones. A play about loss, family secrets and the things you can’t control. Featuring Chloe Armao, Ricardo Beaird, Megan Burns, Maeve Moynihan, Miriam Must, Maggie Bearmon Pistner, Robert Rosen, Silas Sellnow D…
  • Emily Gastineau posted a new Opportunity Works-In-Progress
    Photo: Expatria by Pedro Pablo Lander, Works-In-Progress 2016 Credit: Bill Cameron Applications for Red Eye's Works-In-Progress 2017 program are due Tuesday, November 29, 2016.  Please download the guidelines (below) for more information about how to apply. "This experience has changed the way we look at creating new work." - WIP artists Red Eye's annual Works-In-Progress (WIP) program gives area artists access to space and other practical resources – financial, technical, and administrat…
  • Written by Rachel Jendrzejewski, conceived and developed in collaboration with Red Eye Theater. As an obscure woman scientist determinedly documents her life’s work, she discovers she’s no longer in control of what’s being catalogued when the archive takes on a life of its own. Two years in the making, this second major collaboration between Rachel Jendrzejewski (MERONYMY, 2012) and Red Eye Theater benefitted from a development grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts, as well…
  • Red Eye's New Works 4 Weeks festival features four weekends of dance, theater, and music – must-see brave new work by Twin Cities up-and-coming artists. Festival Schedule: Works-In-Progress - May 26-29 Ashwini Ramaswamy - June 2-4 Theresa Madaus // Crystal Myslajek & John Marks - June 9-12 //CATHEDRAL\\ - June 16-19   Please visit www.redeyetheater.org for tickets and more information. 
  • Red Eye's New Works 4 Weeks festival features four weekends of dance, theater, and music – must-see brave new work by Twin Cities up-and-coming artists. Festival Schedule: Works-In-Progress - May 26-29 Ashwini Ramaswamy - June 2-4 Theresa Madaus // Crystal Myslajek & John Marks - June 9-12 //CATHEDRAL\\ - June 16-19   Please visit www.redeyetheater.org for tickets and more information. 
  • Emily Gastineau posted a new Opportunity Works-In-Progress 2016
    Applications for Red Eye's Works-In-Progress 2016 program are due Friday, December 4, 2015.  Please download the guidelines (below) for more information about how to apply. "This experience has changed the way we look at creating new work." - WIP artists Red Eye's annual Works-In-Progress (WIP) program gives area artists access to space and other practical resources – financial, technical, and administrative – necessary to develop ideas for performance. What's more, it provides enough tim…
  • Like a funhouse hall of mirrors, this play-within-a-play reveals simultaneous, overlapping realities. In The Slow Motion Carnival one story’s in a kitchen, another in a living room and one in the void. Romances blossom and disintegrate. The endless dance of the universe begins as it ends. Inspired by Jean-Luc Godard’s Contempt and August Strindberg’s Miss Julie, the latest theatrical offering from Red Eye contemplates creativity, relationships and the nature of reality.