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Open Eye Figure Theatre says
Emerging and established artists embrace the thrill of jumping off the creative cliff in a "free fall" with four new works for an adventure-seeking audience.

WEEK 1: Nov. 5-7

"Devon" by Zoe Sommers Haas
Devon creates an empathetic world where Devon, as a young man, moves into his first apartment filled with anticipation and wild with the imaginings of an unknown life of new independence. A tour de force performance by Zoe Sommers Haas with Noah Sommers Haas. Created originally for the Naked Stages program at the Pillsbury house in 2013. Photo by Bruce Silcox.

WEEK 2: Nov. 12-14

"...exactly like that" by Laurie Van Wieren
Van Wieren is back on stage with new work of overwhelming persistent movement and stillness as she delves into remembering and forgetting her science and fiction history of making dance. Photo by Warwick Green.

"Seeing Double" by Michael Montenegro
A man finds himself face to face with his former self. Is he dead and contemplating who he was in life or an older self contemplating his youth? Performing two new pieces in development, Mr. Montenegro has an uncanny ability to perform solo shows that always have two characters of which neither are him. Photo by Michael Tekler.

WEEK 3: Nov. 19-21

"Look Down on Me" by Michael Sommers and Ernie Newfield
A pilgrimage toward humility. A wanderer travels through the lost objects and memories of a humiliated past on a November night in a quest to re-evolve the brute beast to a humbled human state. Join Michael Sommers on this journey from humiliation to humility in an immersive performance experience. Sections of the performance will be outside. Dress appropriately. Umbrellas suggested. Performed by Michael Sommers with Blake Love.
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