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Lukas Ligeti Presents: Four Oceans

About the Show

 Four Oceans explores ritualistic forms of interplay in an improvised context. A new group, it combines the talents of Old Time Relijun frontman Arrington De Dionyso, Rupert Huber of the famous Viennese trip-hop duo Tosca, and globetrotting drummer/composer Lukas Ligeti. De Dionyso, who is also a painter, performs on bass clarinet and various Indonesian traditional instruments; Huber, on piano and electronics, and Ligeti, on drums. Together, they explore new sonic spaces, evoking distant or nonexistent traditions, references to forgotten or freely invented cultures, and sounds that transport the listener to fantastic worlds the rest of us will never see. It is a music of sparse determination and internal revolution. They will be joined by a visual artist tbd.

Pussy Riot Theatre: Revolution

About this National Sawdust+ Show

 Pussy Riot presents its new music-theater project, PUSSY RIOT THEATRE. They will perform the world premiere of a new piece, “Revolution,” based on the book of Maria Alyokhina – one of the leaders of Pussy Riot. This is Maria’s personal story of Pussy Riot, including their legendary protest punk actions in balaclavas, hiding from police, their arrest, time in a Moscow jail and police investigation, trial and sentencing to a remote penal colony. The roster of performers will include Maria Alyokhina herself, Kiryl Kanstantsinau, AWOTT (Asian Women On The Telephone) psycho-punk music duo, and VJ Vasily Bogatov. The hour-long piece about protest art and political activism in a hostile state will be directed by Yury Muravitsky and produced by Alexander Cheparukhin, with video footage by Taisia Krugovykh and video art by Katya Sсheglova. The NS+ evening will end with a conversation with members of the creative team.

Actors and Musicians:

Maria Alyokhina
Kiryl Kanstantsinau
AWOTT (Asian Women On The Telephone) psycho-punk duo
VJ: Vasily Bogatov
Video footage by Taisia Krugovykh
Video art by Katya Sсheglova
Director: Yury Muravitsky
Producer: Alexander Cheparukhin