Threshold: A Site Specific New Music Work Sold Out

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Threshold: A Site Specific New Music Work Sold Out
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If you did not RSVP through the Eventbrite link in this invite, unfortunately, you're not on our guest list. We do not have a wait list. Thank you!

A site-specific new music performance work for the enormous, labyrinthine and magnificent Silos at Sawyer Yards (SITE Gallery).

Threshold is a mythopoetic underworld journey— a performance offering which speaks to the chaotic upheaval we are all feeling in our world. What kind of world will we choose together?

Misha Penton, soprano, concept, director
George Heathco, guitars and other wonders
Luke Hubley, percussion
Music by M. Penton, G. Heathco, and L. Hubley
With a Greek Chorus: Sherry Cheng, Neil Ellis Orts, and Michael Walsh

To attend, RSVP via the Eventbrite link above

Please note: the performance starts at 7pm and is 30 minutes in duration. The audience walks and stands as we move through the space together. No seating. ADA accessible. Due to the nature of the venue and sound installation this performance is not suitable for young children.

1502 Sawyer St, Houston, TX 77007

Entry and parking:
The SITE Gallery at the Silos is at Sawer Yards artist studios, and is part of the art campus that includes Winter St Studios. Look for the giant old rice Silos near Winter Street Studios. The performance is inside the rice Silos. Enter the arts complex from Sawyer St and turn on to Winter St, driving along the traintracks, then make your first right inbetween the buildings and another immediate right which brings you to the parking lot and entry.

Threshold is the final performance of Dionysia 2017, "The Houston Book of the Dead: How to Live," a citywide festival of new works and stories about our community spearheaded by The Unviersity of Houston Center for Creative Work and its director, Dr John Harvey.
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By: Misha Penton, new music vocal artist & performance creator