Argentinian Mariano Pensotti's Cineastas is just one of medium-mashing pieces on the 2014–15 On the Boards schedule.

On the Boards scoffs at the phrase "stay in your lane." The venue's offerings swerve violently between artistic lanes, thrilling audiences in the process. The 2014–15 On the Boards season looks to keep up that tradition of being nontraditional. OtB again manages to balance showcasing local an international talent. For Seattle flavor, the space will host dance from Amy O'Neal (Opposing Forces) and Kate Wallich/The YC (Splurge Land) and music-infused theater pieces from Murphy Lachow Company (The Man Who Can Forget Anything), Ahamefule Oluo (Now I'm Fine), and Frank Boyd (The Holler Sessions). OtB turns its gaze across the sea with the season opening French/Belgian theater piece Germinal and the Argentinian film and theater hybrid Cineastas. The lineup also features some New York City artistic flare, including the return of choreographer Kyle Abraham, whose When the Wolves Came In will be performed on the Moore Theatre stage thanks to a partnership between OtB and Seattle Theatre Group. For information on each of the shows, visit ontheboards.org.

Subscriptions for On the Boards 2014–15 season are on sale now at ontheboards.org. Individual tickets go on sale in August.

On the Boards 2014–15 Season:

Sept 6 - Gob Squad: Super Night Shot*
Sept 25–28
- Germinal
Oct 9–12 - The Man Who Can Forget Anything
Oct 23–26 - Amy O'Neal: Opposing Forces
Nov 20–22 - Tere O'Connor: Bleed
Dec 4–7 - Now I'm Fine
Jan 8–11 & 15–18, 2015 - The Holler Sessions
Jan 29–Feb 1, 2015 - Cineastas
Feb 19–22, 2015 - The Custodian of a Man
Mar 4 & 5, 2015 - When the Wolves Came In
Apr 2–5, 2015 - Splurge Land
Apr 16–19 & May 7–10, 2015 - Beware of Dandelions

Year-Long Projects

Michelle Ellsworth: Clytigation #1, #2, and #3
Erin Jorgensen: Six

*Special event for OtB subscribers.

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