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Welcome to our Online Auction!
Started
April 13, 2017
07:00 AM EDT
Ended
April 20, 2017
10:00 PM EDT

If you weren't a winning bidder at Beneath the Gavel, you can still take home a Daniel Zeigler painting. The actual stretched canvas paintings* used in the show are going under the gavel in a silent auction to benefit Bated Breath Theatre Company. Help support a non-profit theater and bid now on one or all of the works displayed in the catalog.

The auction will open Thursday, April 13th and close a week later on the 20th.

*The "paintings" in Beneath the Gavel are digitized prints on canvas.

Bated Breath Theatre Company

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Bated Breath Theatre Company specializes in original works inspired by and in partnership with museum collections and exhibitions. The Connecticut-based physical theatre company devises and produces interactive experiences that combine museum culture with live performance. Through a combination of rigorous research and daring theatricality, Bated Breath is committed to exploring current and past cultural touchstones in a variety of traditional and non-traditional spaces.

Bated Breath was recently honored with an award by the Connecticut League of History Organizations for its production of Freedom: In 3 Acts, an exploration of the African-American spiritual in American History and in the struggle for civil rights.
 Other recent acclaimed productions include: Beneath the Gavel: the immersive art auction play at 59E59 Theaters Off-Broadway, The Un-Making of Toulouse-Lautrec, which explored the rise and fall of the legendary painter by transporting the audience to turn-of-the century Paris; and Wild Things: The Life and Work of Maurice Sendak about the making of the children’s classic, Where the Wild Things Are. In November 2016, Bated Breath premiered Magic in the Museum: Freedom Deconstructed as part of the keynote presentation at the New England Museum Association’s Annual Conference.

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