Drench, 2015. Photo: Lynn Lane

AUGUST 30:  Performance at Theater District Open House, Zilkha Hall, Hobby Center. Time TBA.


OCTOBER 18:  SUNSET AT WHITE OAK BAYOU.  Times:  5:30pm and 6:15pm.  With original music by Brad Sayles, played live by Heights 5 Brass.  Part of the DEEP: Seaspace Project.  Reception to follow at the Historic Willow St. Pump Station (tickets required). Must be 21 years of age to attend Reception.  Tickets available below.




"Karen Stokes who comes to mind as an artist tightly tied to Texas. I named Stokes a choreographer of “place” over a decade ago when she created Hometown, her choral/kinetic poem to the Bayou City . . . She is not only the choreographer of Houston but on Houston." 

-Nancy Wozny, "Texas Arts + Culture," May 27, 2015.

Location for "Sunset at White Oak Bayou" project.


Both performances of "Sunset at White Oak Bayou" are free, but the audience area is limited & reservations are required.  Audience member encouraged to come "picnic style," with folding chairs &/or blanket to sit on.

To make reservations, click here.


To attend the Willow Street Pump House Reception, purchase tickets below.  Must be 21 years of age to attend.

Willow St Pumphouse Reception Oct 18, 2015
"Channel/1836," a dance film and performance, is part of the DEEP: Seapace Project. Photo by Lynn Lane.
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