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Performing Arts

Phelim McDermott, image courtesy of Improbable

Improbable
Opening Skinner’s Box

July 16

“Improbable is one of the brilliant faces of British theatre.”—The Observer

Clark

Tyondai Braxton
Clark

Sept 10

“Braxton truly has created his own sonic alphabet here.”—Exclaim! (Canada)

“What’s always set Clark apart is his eclecticism, dynamism, and flair for the dramatic….in electronic music’s never-ending battle between man and machine, he’s seeking a third way.”—Pitchfork...

Linda Oh

Linda Oh Sun Pictures

Oct 3

“Her music leans forward at you…pushing the band, delivering clean, strong rhythm and melody.”—New York Times

Sweat Baby Sweat

Jan Martens
Sweat Baby Sweat

Oct 8

“Dismantles theatrical mechanics and the desire for entertainment, to reclaim the stage as a place of encounter between human and human.”—De Standaard (Belgium)

The Dog Days Are Over

Jan Martens
The Dog Days Are Over

Oct 11

“Dismantles theatrical mechanics and the desire for entertainment, to reclaim the stage as a place of encounter between human and human.”—De Standaard (Belgium)

Film lives here

Tron

Catch the best of the big screen this summer with The Big Picture: A Summer of 3D, Technicolor, CinemaScope, and 70mm, July 9–August 28.

Online ticketing

Wexner Center for the Arts

Due to routine upgrades, our online ticketing system will be unavailable Mon, June 29, 10 PM–12 AM.