This performance features an opening shadow performance by Mount Everett art students whom have participated in a visual art residency with members of Cave Dogs and a dance residency with instructors from Berkshire Pulse.

Cave Dogs presents a startling original way of telling a story. Fluid shadows and images dance in wild imagination across the screen. Each performance promises a healthy dose of the sublime, the exciting, the absurd and the downright fun that will result in something infinitely compelling.

Cave Dogs brings together visual artists, musicians and storytellers in the spirit of creating interdisciplinary, multi-sensory performances. Experience innovative, large-scale shadow projections cast from props, costumes, puppets and the human body. Captivating shadows move in concert with projected video imagery and an original soundtrack. Multiple, richly layered visual tableaus produce effects that conjure both the dreamlike quality of early film and the humor of contemporary animation – all of which charm, challenge, and captivate adults and children alike. It’s magical, like watching dreams cross into the conscious world. We teach trees to dance and whales to sing.

Through divergent lenses, the performance Liquid States explores the substance, metaphoric allusion, and socio-politics of water. Water in its many physical states, cultural circumstances and environmental perspectives is closely examined. Water means life.

Cave Dogs is delighted to have been invited to perform their new show Liquid States at the The Reykjavík Fringe Festival, in Iceland.

Cave Dogs is delighted to have been invited to perform their new show Liquid States at the The Reykjavík Fringe Festival, in Iceland.

Cave Dogs is delighted to have been invited to perform their new show Liquid States at the The Reykjavík Fringe Festival, in Iceland.

Cave Dog is pleased to collaborate with the Sibikwa Arts Centre in Benoni, South Africa (which is part of greater Johannesburg) from June 25th – July 6th. During this time, Cave Dogs is leading workshops with actors, dancers and musicians at Sibikwa to develop a short form performance.

Cave Dogs is delighted to have been invited to perform their new show Liquid States at the The Academy for Moderne Circus, Copenhagen, Denmark.  This event is free and open to the public.

Cave Dogs is delighted to have been invited to perform their new show Liquid States at the Skissernas Museum Grand Opening event in Lund, Sweden.  This event is free and open to the public.

On the occasion of collaborating with OSS #02, Cave Dogs will perform Sure-minded Uncertainties, which explores how immigration and the interplay of materialism, spiritualism, technology and stewardship of the earth shapes our modern world. The performance, held at the Myrtle Av lawn in Fort Greene Park, is free and open to the public.

Come see Cave Dogs perform Sure-Minded Uncertainties live at Puppeteers of America’s Puppet Homecoming 2016  festival!  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here.