We're excited to be at LMCC as part of their Process Space residency program continuing to develop This Is the Color Described By the Time, our newest sound-based performance. Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas, Thornton Wilder and Bernard Faÿ are back together again.
We love this great feature in the New York Times of Door 10 sound designer and company member Ben Williams' terrifying sound design for Julia Jarcho's new play, The Terrifying. Now playing at Abrons Art Center.
We're honored to announce that Artistic Director Lily Whitsitt has received an Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Process Space Residency for Door 10 to continue developing This Is the Color Described By the Time in Summer 2017.
More headphones! More Gertrude Stein! Sound designers Jim Dawson and Ben Williams, along with director Lily Whitsitt, continued developing This Is the Color through a residency at New Georges this month.
Thanks to all those who came out to see what we've been up to during the last two weeks of our Princess Grace Foundation-USA supported residency at BAC. We're looking forward to continuing to develop this piece. (Photo: Richard Termine).
We are having a blast at the Baryshnikov Arts Center where we've just started a two-week residency. We're developing our newest work, This Is the Color Described By the Time, adapted from an early Gertrude Stein play. Sound designers Jim Dawson and Ben Williams are hard at work.