We are currently in the "center center" freezing our asses off rehearsing The Method Gun for Humana Festival. We leave for Louisville on the 19th of Feb and don't get back until March 29th, so things will be quiet for a while on the Rude front - we will try to post our way through the festival. But before we go, the entire cast is heading INNU Salon to get our hair did, and we couldn't be more grateful! INNU has been quietly cutting and styling Rude heads for our shows for years and years. We hope you will show your appreciation to them for their ongoing support of Rude Mechs. We guarantee you will love your hairs!
We are still renovating The Off Shoot, and we still need money for that, so if you have an extra $10K, don't be shy! The Off Shoot is a classroom dedicated to our program Grrl Action. If you want to swing by and check out the progress, we'd love to show you around. Just email email@example.com to set up a time.
Also - Kirk will miss our first weekend in Louisville hanging out at Arena Stage for the Devised Work Convening. He'll be in conversation with our beloved Barney O'Hanlon of SITI Co. (you will remember him from our show Match-Play) and Geoff Sobelle (Rainpan 43). You can watch it live on Saturday, February 20th at 7pm central on livestream.com.
Now through April at The Off Center
The Oyster Club is still going strong. This weekend, members are invited to Casa Neverlandia to hang out with Allison Orr of Forklift Danceworks because they are opening their new dance, Project Forklift!, at The Off Center, tonight! For tickets visit: http://www.brow
After Forklift, keep your eye on The Off Center calendar for shows from Chaotic Theater, Steven Tomlinson, Ricki Vincent, Allan Baker. We will be hosting Fusebox Festival again this year, so make sure we see you there!