Robin Lane & DoJump
making art from the inside out
DO JUMP’S 2020 Ever Evolving Holiday Show “Celebrate Any Way/Dinner & A Show” is available now until Jan 21!
“Celebrate Any Way” is the final episode of the ‘Do Jump Quarantine Chronicles’, a series of brief films created on zoom by Do Jump Artistic Director Robin Lane starring Do Jump Collaborators Tony Palomino, Tia Palomino, Kailee McMurran, Jacki Ward Kehrwald, Nicolo Kehrwald, Brittany Walsh, Patrick McQuire, Rhys Thomas, Jack StockLynn and Robin Lane and with original music by Joan Szymko. These chronicles adapt the genre defying style the company is known for – to film. They are an intimate look at what happens when theaters are all shut down and performers are trapped in their homes. It’s surprising, funny and moving.
If you haven’t seen the other Do Jump Quarantine Chronicles, when you purchase your ticket to live stream “Celebrate Any Way”, you will immediately receive access to the previous episodes.
DO JUMP’S 2020 Ever Evolving Holiday Show will take the viewer on a madcap journey through the company member’s kitchens and dining rooms. It is an intimate and delicious glimpse of a group of ensemble circus performers, dancers and musicians who have all dedicated their lives to creating ritual and celebration as they face the first holiday season in decades with no holiday show and no holiday dinner. The result is the perfect Holiday Gift to Share with everyone you love.
A portion of ticket sales go to benefit Chef Andres World Central Kitchen.
The livestream event joins the cast briefly ‘backstage’ before the show and afterwards there will be a special treat for the opening night audience.
DOJUMP has created breath-taking physical theater since 1977, delighting audiences of all ages from Broadway, NYC to Kodiak, Alaska. Artistic Director Robin Lane’s ground-breaking style combines humor, dance, theater, circus skills, illusion, visual arts, narrative, and live original music designed to transport and transform. Read More
“…highly physical work that juxtaposes the lyrical with the loony, the political with the poetic. [Robin Lane & DOJUMP] reinforces a child’s sense of wonder and revives it in adults.” NY Times