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ODC Theater presents TIE IT INTO MY HAND
September 21 - 22
         

ODC Theater Presents
PAUL  FESTA
Tie It Into My Hand
World Premiere
Fri.-Sat. Sept. 21-22, 2012
, 7pm


Watch the Trailer
In a highly original experiment in self-documentary, filmmaker, lifelong musician and ODC Theater Resident Artist Paul Festa takes a lesson on the Tchaikovsky violin concerto from a series of artists, none of whom are violinists. Each lesson sparks a spirited dialogue about music, the artist's path, the teacher-student relationship and the role of the muse. At times rollicking comedy, at others stirring drama, and always deeply human, the world-premiere of Tie It Into My Hand will energize the artist within all of us.

This world premiere is part of Moving Pictures Month at the ODC Theater which includes screenings of OntheBoards.tv and Dances Made to Order.

Tie It Into My Hand features:
Theater and film star Alan Cumming
Actor, writer and activist Peter Coyote
Actor Mink Stole
Ballet star Robert La Fosse
Experimental choreographer Miguel Gutierrez
Kunst-Stoff Artistic Director Yannis Adoniou
ACT Artistic Director Carey Perloff
Berkeley Rep Theatre Director Tony Taccone
Lemony Snicket author Daniel Handler
Avant-garde filmmaker Barbara Hammer
Singer Wesla Whitfield
ODC School Ballet Director Augusta Moore
Photographer Greg Gorman
US Poet Laureate (1997-2000) Robert Pinsky
And the late painter Theophilus Brown

Also on the bill:

A live performance of the Tchaikovsky violin concerto and a screening of Festa's award-winning silent film comedy, The Glitter Emergency, featuring members of the San Francisco Ballet and the Cockettes. “Enormous visual and musical inventiveness...full of pleasure and joy...Festa gives a bravura performance." —Film Threat

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