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Ralph Lemon
Sep. 11 — Sep. 28, 2014

Scaffold Room Residency / The Walker Center
Minneapolis, MN
Geoff Sobelle (performer) in Holoscenes tank. Image: Lars Jan^497 Lars Jan/Early Morning Opera's AS FAR AS THOUGHT CAN REACH. Photo by Lars Jan.^497 Dancers Manami Fukuoka and Sawami Fukuoka. Photo: Kentaro Hisadomi^45 Carl Hancock Rux, Will Power and Mike Ladd (photo by Darial Sneed)^3469 Photo: Laurent Ziegler^9 Bronx Gothic (photo: Ian Douglas)^3471 Poor People's TV Room (Photo: Caitlin McCarthy)^3471

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news_162x125bwportrait0.jpg Livestreaming WeDaPeoples Cabaret Saturday, September 13th @ 7PM
Livestreaming the Cabaret, where creative individuals celebrate art, research and civic engagement, conceived by Sekou Sundiata, produced by MAPP and co-presented by The New School.

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samita-news-20.jpg Cipher to premiere at PICA's TBA!
After nearly two years, Samita Sinha and her creative team for CIPHER are gearing up for the long anticipated premiere at PICA's TBA Festival in September. In Portland? Check it out!

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news_162x1254.jpg Scaffold Room to premiere at the Walker
Ralph Lemon's latest project, Scaffold Room a powerful lecture/performance/musical will provoke audiences in its World Premiere at the Walker Arts Center this September!

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LJ-NYSCA-news-item0.jpg Countdown to the big splash!
We're nearly there, less than 2 months to go before Lars Jan's Holoscenes project makes its first big splash, in Toronto, first Aquarium and ritual unveiling!
 

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