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2023 Oregon Fringe Festival - Houndsville, Amanda Berlind (Honorarium Recipient)

Content Warning: Themes of sex, alcohol, and adult language.

Houndsville is a quasi-noir psychedelic fantasy musical detailing the trials and tribulations of washed up alcoholic dog detective, Klauss, and his will-they-won't-they sweetheart, Maus, as the pair traverse the blackened sprawl of the once great city of dogs. Featuring an experimental three-piece rock band adorned in painted paper mâché costumes and wheeling themselves in on a giant car shaped like a raccoon, it is sure to be a memorable evening. Come one, come all, to watch in disbelief as Klauss and Maus fight to save the city from a wicked case of Huckleberry Fever before it turns snouts blue across the land!

Amanda Berlind is a multidisciplinary artist and musician based in Portland, Oregon who is best known for her underground comic work, sound installations, and increasingly psychedelic fantasy performance art worlds. Her audiovisual work has been performed and projected in major institutions such as Carnegie Hall and the Music Gallery, as well as in tiny art collectives and punky basements across the United States. Amanda has been featured on WNYC's New Sounds and has had the opportunity to work with artists such as Tune-Yards, Tim Story, the Bang on a Can All-Stars, and Michael Gordon. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Theory & Composition from New York University, where she graduated with honors. Amanda runs a nonprofit, Magic Mango, that functions as an experimental art and sound performance space for marginalized boundary-defying artists. She has two cats named Wand and Plum that maintain a powerful presence in her community.

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Livestream via YouTube

Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Digital Media Center (DMC), Studio
1525 Webster St. Ashland, OR 97520