Online tickets on sale August 1st.
If live audiences are allowed, available tickets will go on sale four weeks prior to the performance date.
“[MK Guth] is a gifted visualist and brilliant weaver of fantasy." —The Oregonian
Choreography for Reading Aloud (Knowing an Author) amplifies the published works, notebooks, contemporaries, and influences of writer and theorist Susan Sontag. Throughout UCLA’s Powell Library, approximately 55 performers will read aloud from Sontag’s works and the works of writers and thinkers who informed her ideas. These overlapping readings swell into a cacophony of narratives, facts, theories, opinions, and histories that blur and transform across space and time. Over the course of 50 minutes, guests will enter the library’s sonic hive, wandering, listening, and following their instincts. In Choreography for Reading Aloud, textuality’s internal quietude is collectively broadcast to the vibrations of the body.
Funds provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation multi-year grant for Collaborative Intersections in the Visual and Performing Arts
Photo courtesy of MK Guth