The Response Project
11/15/18 & 11/16/18 at The Woodward Theater
The Response Project presents:
SOMETHING IS HAPPENING HERE, a community-wide response to Bob Dylan's 1964 album Highway 61 Revisited. Twelve composers, nine filmmakers, and six multidisciplinary artists create new work in response to songs from the album. Visit www.theresponseproject.org/bds-the-project for more info.
Doors at 6:30PM, Films at 7:00PM, Music at 8:00PM
More info: www.woodwardtheater.com
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These evenings features the short film and musical responses.
FILMS at 7:00 PM
MUSIC at 8:00 PM
Nine short films curated and co-presented by the Mini Microcinema, and twelve compositions for solo piano, performed by Cincinnati pianist and project director Brianna Matzke.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15
Program One - Responses to Side One
Response to "Like a Rolling Stone" by Scott Fredette
Response to "Tombstone Blues" by April Martin & Paul Hill
Response to "It Takes A Lot to Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry" by Allyson West
Response to "From a Buick 6" by Robert Banks
Response to "Ballad of a Thin Man" by Cameron Quevedo
Response to "Like a Rolling Stone" by Michael Lanci
Response to "Tombstone Blues" by Michael Laurello
Response to "It Takes A Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry" by Aurie Hsu
Response to "From a Buick 6" by Michael Fiday
Response to "Ballad of a Thin Man" by Jennifer Jolley
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16
Program Two - Responses to Side Two
Response to "Queen Jane Approximately" by Katrina Dixon & Brian Frye
Response to "Highway 61 Revisited" by Samantha Drake
Response to "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" by Sky Hopinka
Response to "Desolation Row" by Andrea Torrice
Response to "Queen Jane Approximately" by John Glover
Response to "Highway 61 Revisited" by Rob Deemer
Response to "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" by Marc Mellits
Response to "Desolation Row" by Sara Corry
Encores by Stephanie Ann Boyd, Martin Sedek, Brad Harris
Co-presented by the Contemporary Arts Center, Chase Public, The Mini Microcinema, and The Response Project.
Made possibly by the generous support of Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation and our Indiegogo donors.
Tickets are available on a sliding scale. Please self-select the price point that is appropriate for you.
One night tickets options, open seating:
- Free (15 tickets available)
Two night tickets options, open seating: