HOUSECONCERT HOUSECONCERT (paranormal-domestic actions in no particular order) “leaves you breathless” – The Wire A performance at the end of time, the last house concert of them all. Or the first, before everything. Casual, using whatever is at hand. After everything has been done, we do this anyway, just because. Because this is what we do in our house, with our invited guests. Getting amongst it. Object Collection’s history is intimately connected with house concerts. Several of our first performances were in friends’ living rooms for a small group of attendees. The barest of bare bones, essential DIY. We summon the ghosts of Jack Smith, Sam Rivers, and all those who blended their art with their homes. The most basic form of a community: you there watching me here, us together. click to read The Wire’s review of HOUSECONCERT By Object Collection Written and directed by Kara Feely Composed by Travis Just Performed by Catrin Lloyd-Bollard (Paula, guitar, vocals) Daniel Allen Nelson (Lenny, percussion) Nicolás Noreña (Fred) James Oldham (Mirrorface, bass, vocals, piano) Chloë Roe (Roxy, guitar, piano) Timothy Scott (Ginger) with Kara Feely (drums) Travis Just (guitar) guest performers Avi Glickstein (Frank, Fred’s cousin, May 5-6, 19-20) Alessandro Magania (Ginger, May 19-20) Scenic design by Peiyi Wong Lighting by Liz Schweitzer Sound by Robin Margolis Produced by Shannon Sindelar Production Manager Daniel Allen Nelson Assistant Director Kate Purdum Assistant Lighting Designer Celia Krefter Design and Production Assistant Talia Hankin HOUSECONCERT was performed at: March 16-17, 2023: Cafe OTO, London, UK April 13, 2023: Stanford University, California April 14-15, 2023: Indexical, Santa Cruz, California May 5-27, 2023: The Brick, New York City Object Collection’s programs made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature. HOUSECONCERT is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council and The Mental Insight Foundation.