IngenuityFest is free, but some of the performances have limited seating. Please click on the links below
Red Rovers is an interactive dance/ theater experience from Headlong Dance in Philadelphia. Audience members put on JPL Rover Driver conference name tags, get divided up into affinity groups, and participate in break-out sessions. Meanwhile, our conference hosts, Jeff Merbold from the Spirit team and Clementine Nardello from the Opportunity team, reveal the stories of their relationships to each other, the rovers they love, and space itself.
17 BORDER CROSSINGS
The Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental
THE LUCIDITY SUITCASE INTERCONTINENTAL is a theater creation team that uses ‘rough’ media, documentary footage, transformational scenography, improvisation, and research to create theatrical epics that peer into not-often seen worlds.
In 17 BORDER CROSSINGS Theater Director, Thaddeus Phillips, steps onstage to create a deceptively simple stage voyage that takes audiences to the frontiers of Tunisia, Bosnia, Cuba, Brazil, Colombia, Bali, Czech Republic, Israel, Jordan, Serbia, Slovenia, and Mexico.
On the Performance Stage – Friday 8 PM, Saturday 5 PM & 9:15 PM, Sunday at 2 PM
Red Rovers and Border Crossings are partially supported by a grant from Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour, a program developed and funded by The Heinz Endowments; the William Penn Foundation; the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency; and The Pew Charitable Trusts; and administered by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation.
Walking on Clouds
Dancing Wheels Company
In reference to the Festival’s theme of “Clouds”, the Dancing Wheels Company will perform Walking on Clouds. The
piece was originally choreographed by David Rousseve to celebrate the Company’s 25th anniversary. The essence of the piece is a re-creation of real life stories that demonstrate the parallels between the African American and disabled rights communities in their quest for equality.
On the Performance Stage Saturday 1 PM Tickets are free, but reservations are recommended.
Verb Ballets will perform Borrowing Winds, created by their guest artist from Taiwan, Chung-Fu Chang. The piece uses blue costumes to reflect the color of the sky and white 10-foot long sleeves that depict the clouds as they react to the wind.
On the Performance Stage Saturday
2:30 PM & 6:30 PM
Tickets are free, but reservations are recommended. Reserve tickets at ingenuitycleveland.com
test mArKet theAter
TSTMRKT’s latest creation is a broken soundscape that devolves into a stage performance that melds man, machine, time, and space.
On the Performance Stage Friday 11 PM, Saturday 10:40 PM
Cleveland Inner City Ballet
Cleveland Inner City Ballet presents: Amanda, Gina, Michelle: a ballet dedicated to their struggle and an examination of domestic violence statistics through dance.
On the Performance Stage Friday 5 PM, Sunday 4:30 PM
Dixon returns to Ingenuity! Captivating audiences at intimate shows, and wowing crowds of thousands, at events including Burning Man, giving two TED talks/performances, plus radio and TV, Dixon bares his soul through his instrument in a mesmerizing one-man show unlike anything you’ve experienced.