Robin Lane & DoJump
making art from the inside out
EPISODE 6: “DARE I SAY SPRING?”
OMG. ONE FULL YEAR OF THE QUARANTINE CHRONICLES!
When we created the first The Do Jump Quarantine Chronicles we had no Idea if there would be a second one. Now with the completion of “Dare I Say Spring?” suddenly we have a full cycle of episodes that tell an evocative story of this extraordinary year. Each episode’s style was dictated by our evolving technical capacity and the nature of the unique moments we were living through. The films take the viewer on an intimate romp thru the inner world of an ensemble of dancers, circus performers and musicians during this precarious time. Developed on zoom, the Chronicles adapt the company’s genre defying style to film. They are filled with quirky surprises, intimacy, laughter and some much needed relief.
Join us Sunday April 11 AT 5:30 PM for our live streaming opening night event
of Episode 6! The event will be about 15 minutes long. Don’t miss it.
You deserve a bit of unadulterated happiness.
Sunday April 11th
IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN ANY OF THE OTHER DO JUMP CHRONICLES… NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
(Or share the whole year The Chronicles with someone you love!)
When you get your ticket to Episode 6 you will also get access to the first 5 Episodes. You can binge watch them all in an hour.
Episodes One thru Four begin in the Spring of 2020 and take us thru the Fall. We explore and push the limits of zoom and the confines of our houses as we discover new ways to collaborate and communicate.
Episode Five “Dinner & A Show” takes the viewer on a mad cap journey through the company’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. The result is as close as one can get during a pandemic to experiencing a delicious, mischievous communal dinner and a live performance. Good anytime of year! (There is even an ingredient list in you want to make your own festive Paella).
Produced and Directed by Robin Lane. Original score created by Joan Szymko . Starring Do Jump Collaborators Tony Palomino, Tia Palomino, Kailee McMurran, Jacki Ward Kehrwald, Nicolo Kehrwald, Brittany Walsh, Patrick McQuire, Rhys Thomas, Jack StockLynn. Additional Music for The show part of “Dinner and a Show” by Courtney Von Drehle, Ralph Huntley, Joe Janiga and Tchaikovsky.
100% of the profit will go to ACLU
Thanks for helping bring some laughter and light into all of our homes while supporting fight for social justice.
During this difficult pandemic year we have been lucky enough to maintain our sense of community. Through the chronicles we have been able to create work together, to pay performers and technicians and to support organizations working to make our world more just. We have donated over 5 thousand dollars to Rock The Vote, Protect The Results, Fair Fight and Central World Kitchen. All without leaving our houses or spreading the virus.
Over the past year we used our New Works Fund to create the Quarantine Chronicles.
Please make a donation to DO JUMP so we that when the time comes we will have replenished our resources to create a new work for the stage.
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