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Fall 2011 - The first idea forms.
January 2012 - Paul Bedard and Katie Palmer travel through Spain, researching flamenco.
Paul and Katie visiting Spain
May 18, 2012 - Paul Bedard performs a solo version of The Lorca/Dalí Project at
The REVOLUTIONS Project
A solo presentation at The REVOLUTIONS Project
July 10, 2012 - Full reading
Green Pages '12
. Lorca and Dalí are now played by
First full reading at Green Pages 2012
November 5, 2012 - A choreographic experiment entitled "The Lover's Bullfight" is presented at
The BATTLEGROUNDS Project
Title changed to
and a third character is added (The Dancer).
Choreographic experiment at The BATTLEGROUNDS Project
November 27, 2012 - A staged workshop of
is presented at UNDER St. Marks Theater.
Rehearsing for the February 2013 NYC run
January 31 - February 16, 2013 - World premiere run at UNDER St. Marks Theater in NYC. Co-presented with the Horse Trade Theater Group.
Spring, 2013 - Extensive revisions are made and the piece is shorted in preparation for a US tour.
February 2013 run at Under St. Marks, NYC
September 5-9, 2013 -
performs at the Chicago Fringe Festival and wins an Audience Favorite Award.
September 13-14, 2013 -
performs at the Hartford Carriage House Theatre. Paul Bedard and Frankie Alicea grew up outside of Hartford and this was a welcome home-coming.
¡Olé! at Hartford's Carriage House Theatre
More revisions are made, with a focus on language accesibility for an international audience.
September 20-21, 2013 - ¡Olé! performs at the Rochester Fringe Festival and is awarded the Best Touring Production Award by Rochester City Newspaper.
May, 2014 -
performs at the Prague International Fringe Festival, marking Theater in Asylum's international debut.
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