Grey Box Collective is committed to continuing to offer opportunities for artists to create and audiences to participate in performances through safe, compassionate, and sustainable ways.
This summer, we are transitioning to a digital platform to provide continuous spaces for our experimental, interdisciplinary, and post-dramatic performances. We have multiple creative teams exploring the new possibilities in our disrupted world. When a team is ready to show what they've discovered and created, we'll share it with you.
Things change quickly and regularly during pandemic life, so, in an effort to be adaptable and minimize additional stress in our lives, we set super flexible deadlines with all the material being created.
We ask for your patience, understanding, and support as we navigate an uncertain world and every changing arts scene. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram, as well as sign up for our newsletter to make sure you are updated on the latest with GBC. You can also visit our donation page for more information about our fiscal sponsor and how to contribute.
Looking for tickets?
Be sure to place your order at least 12 hour in advance to ensure a timely delivery of event information.
We continue to use a pay-what-you-can model in an effort to make the arts more accessible. For our virtual performances you can pay per person or household. ($15 per person or $25 per household suggested)
Waiting for a show to start?
In general, all event links will be sent via email a few hours before the show.
If you do not receive the link within an hour of the performance start time, please contact
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Your feedback is anonymous - unless you chose to share your name. Your feedback helps us better understand our audience and the audience experience. We apply what you share both artistically and organizationally. Also, the grants we apply for to fund our seasons are interested in the demographics of those we connect with. Completing the survey is a way to indirectly financially support us. Your feedback will be viewed by Grey Box Collective's administrators and artists. Your testimonial will only be shared publicly if you consent to it.
Uncertainty. Curiosity. Repetition.
As grief and uncertainty loom the world amidst a global pandemic, 3 artist’s turn to movement to cope with the mundane routine of being in social isolation. What places in their home have they yet to discover? What sounds are they just now hearing? Fluctuating emotions are to be expected along the way in a search for hope within the unknown. Americans await stimulus checks while attempting to continue living. Outside flowers bloom and birds whistle loudly, as they should in the Springtime. For humans, life as we know it may be shifting for better or for worse. After-all, a virus cannot discriminate on the basis of class, race, gender, or sexual orientation. What better time to investigate humanity and reinvent “normal” as we know it.Created by: Chelsea McCasland, Maria Harris, and Briana Bryant
'asses in seats'
Personal. Exhibit. Intrusion.
Do you think anyone who ever said “I don’t care if you’re gay, just keep it in the bedroom”, imagined that someday our bedrooms would become our cubicles?'asses in seats' is an experiment that connects the hyperrealism of adjusting to quarantine life with the existential question: “If I drastically change my appearance in the middle of the night to cope with my mounting anxiety and loneliness, and no one responds to my Instagram story to tell me I might be crazy but at least I look good, did I really give myself a mullet?” Video conferencing for like, everything, has introduced a new kind of intimacy; one that reveals a sliver of our personal lives to everyone we interact with. asses in seats investigates how queer people construct their selfhood in isolation and present themselves to the digital world. In this piece the performers reach through the laptop screen and take you home with them to show you what the webcam doesn’t see.Created by: Dienae Hunter, William Crook, and Maria Harris