FPTC Production of Strindberg’s Ghost Sonata

Fort Point Theatre Channel stages its new production of Strindberg’s Ghost Sonata at the Cambridge YMCA Theater, 820 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts. October 6, 7,8, 12, 13, 14 at 8:00 PM. Produced by Marc S. Miller, directed by Christine Noah, set design by Hana Pegrimkova & Mario Avila, original music by Brendan Burns.


Temporal Currents II

Second collaboration between Balagan and Non-Event again features film installations from AgX Film Collective in combination with live multichannel performances by local experimental musicians, Victoria Shen and Asha Tamirisa exploiting "the acoustic and architectural peculiarities of the massive 19th-century pumping station as a non-traditional cinema space and concert venue." Friday, September 29, 2016, 7:30 PM, at the Waterworks Museum, 2450 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02467. 


AgX at the Northampton Film Festival

The program, Stretching the Frame: Death, Dying, and the Material Body, curated by AgX member, Sarah Bliss, will screen as part of the Northampton Film Festival.  New VenueThe Iconica Social Club, 1 Amber Lane, Northampton, MA 01060. Sunday October 1, 2:30 PM.  Filmmakers include Anto Astudillo, Ethan Berry, Nicolas Brynolfson, Susan Deleo, Peaches Goodrich, Stefan Grabowski, Mariya Nikiforova, Mike Piso, Kathryn Ramey, Robert Todd, Douglas Urbank. 


Plucking off the Darkness of the Flesh

  • Friday, July 28, 2017: Short solo movement works by emerging butoh artists Julie Becker, Jessie Hansen, Melanie Hedlund, Rieger Ofri and Elaine Thap.
  • Saturday, July 29: Trio performance by Sara June (movement), Douglas Urbank (film) and Max Lord (sound), along with duet performance by dancer/choreographers Zack Fuller and Emily Smith. 
  • Sunday, July 30: Movement workshop with Zack Fuller.
Distillery Gallery, 516 East 2nd Street, South Boston, Massachusetts 02127

FPTC's Production of Dhalgren Sunrise

Fort Point Theater Channel celebrates its 10th anniversary with the premiere of Dhalgren Sunrise, a multimedia performance art production based on the highly acclaimed sci-fi novel Dhalgren by Samuel R. Delany.  The novel was described by writer William Gibson as "a riddle that was never meant to be solved."  At Chelsea Theatre Works, June 16, 17, 18, 23 & 24.