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Noise Now Residencies

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Noise Now Residencies

Noise Now is providing rehearsal space and other resources to foster the development of new work and to build allyship with the following peer organizations:

MKM Bollystars Dance Company: March 11 – April 4

MKM BollyStars has roots in a rich dance heritage as an off-spring of the well-established and recognized Bharata Natyam (Indian classical) dance institution Manu Kala Mandir (MKM) Dance Productions and Academy.

For more information about this organization, visit: http://mkmbollystars.com/


Ate9 Dance Company: April 15 – 26

Ate9 was founded by Agami in 2012 — fueled by her vision to transform dance and engage new audiences with bold, innovative work. After a very successful first season in Seattle with the company premiered of Sally meets Stu to rave reviews, Agami relocated Ate9 to Los Angeles in 2013 to expand opportunities for the company and fully manifest its mission.

For more information about this organization, visit: https://www.ate9dancecompany.com/


Studio Edgar Arceneaux: April 25 – May 1

Development of new work: Boney Manilli
Part southern church revival, music video, and puppet show, Boney Manilli is a live musical theater where the worlds of Disco, Rasputin, and Milli Vanilli collide. Infectious beats drive this tale of redemption as audiences follow an unlikely protagonist, based on Rob Pilatus, half of the1990s pop duo Milli Vanilli.

For more information about this organization, visit: www.studioedgararceneaux.com


National Hispanic Media Coalition: May 6 – June 16

The National Hispanic Media Coalition is a media advocacy and civil rights organization for the advancement of Latinos, working towards a media that is fair and inclusive of Latinos, and towards universal, affordable, and open access to communications.

For more information about this organization, visit: http://www.nhmc.org/


Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble: May 8 – 17

Our mission is to explore the diverse experiences of the African diaspora and beyond. As an ensemble of theatre artists, we strive to awaken and enliven the community with transformative programming that celebrates authentic human stories told through the lens of the artist of color.

For more information about this organization, visit: https://lower-depth.com/


Coin & Ghost Theatre Company: May 20 – 24

Coin & Ghost is an LA-based organization dedicated to adventurous and accessible theatre. The company – now entering its second season – seeks to inspire empathy and imagination through its signature remixing of known mythologies.

Pequeños Sueños

For more information about this organization, visit: https://coinandghost.org/


Interested in a residency with us? Please contact Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx at jmunozproulx@anoisewithin.org or 626.356.3117.