REDCAT


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REDCATThe Roy and Edna Disney/Calarts Theater
REDCATReduction Occurs at the Cathode (electrochemistry)
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Undeterred, Jay & Q simply exploited the exhaustion of "newness" or "radicality," performing underwhelming versions of the strategies typical of the particular context that REDCAT might signal (a noncommercial gallery tied to the California Institute of the Arts, breeding ground of West Coast Conceptualists).
To the west, the city streets dip down to expose largely impenetrable walls, save for the REDCAT corner entrance, to the parking structure (these immediate streets function primarily as feeder arteries to the LA freeway system).
Upcoming at REDCAT are Congolese dancer/choreographer Faustin Linyekula and Kyle Abraham, a 2009 "25 to Watch.
The latest chapter in the history of the partnership begins in mid-November with the opening of the school's new performance and gallery outpost, the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, or REDCAT, in downtown Los Angeles.
Says Preston, "CNP shows are usually at REDCAT, but that would be too high-tech.
REDCAT, which is associated with CalArts, is showing excellent work that is off the beaten path.
A GREAT AUDIENCE IN A GREAT VENUE-it was a thrill to show our work at REDCAT," remarks Guillermo Calderon of the Los Angeles stop on Teatro en el Blanco's recent U.
Adding to Grand Avenue's "cultural corridor," where Frank Gehry's steel-clad Walt Disney Concert Hall and its black box theater, REDCAT (a haven for small dance companies) have earned kudos since its 2003 opening, is the Colburn School of the Performing Arts.