Honey, I'm Home
Nov
4
12:00 PM12:00

Honey, I'm Home

Performances at 12 noon, 2:00pm & 4:00pm

Hope Stone Dance presents Honey, I’m Home, a site-specific performance inspired by Ripple, an immersive sculpture created on the grounds of Cherryhurst House, a bungalow in Montrose, by recent artist in residence Havel Ruck Projects. Featuring guest artists Jacquelyn Long and Natalie Varnum (appearing courtesy of Houston Ballet) along with the men of HSD, Honey, I’m Home explores domestic life in a home where the walls, floors and ceilings are exposed to the outside world – and neighbors.

Each intimate audience is greeted by the resident "family" and invited into their domestic bliss for a little Sunday tea, some tidying and a peek into the life of a family unprotected from the elements, with imperfections showing.

Also appearing is Bonnie Collins, former HSD company member.

NOTE: Honey, I'm Home performance travels through the house sculpture. Please wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to stand for the duration of the performance as there is no seating.
There is no designated parking but street parking is readily available in the vicinity.

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coolest news on planet earth, chapter 2
Aug
9
to Aug 18

coolest news on planet earth, chapter 2

  • Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University (map)
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August 9, 10, 11 & 16, 17, 18, 2018 | 7:00pm all shows

(very limited seating of 46 at each performance)

Hope Stone Dance returns with its newest work coolest news on planet earth, chapter 2, inspired in part by the Moody’s newest site-specific installation Crêpe Paper Carpet, a standing installation of 65,000 folded sheets of crêpe paper created on site over a three-week period by the Dutch Collective We Make Carpets.

 

 

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