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Environmental Encroachment

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Chicago-based performance art group Environmental Encroachment (EE) uses circus theatrics, live music and costumes to create unique entertainment environments, parades, processions, concerts, D.I.Y. activist marching band encroachments, and art happenings.
EE combines a costumed marching band with multi-media stage performance antics, including dancers, invented instruments, hooping, juggling, puppetry, and skits. EE encourages people to interact, be a part, be curious, dance, play. Influences include North African and Afro-Cuban healing trance musics, Parliament-Funkadelic, New Orleans Brass and Mardi Gras societies, and street bands that HONK!

EE can expand to the size of your event - stage shows, mobile experiences, children’s shows, Holiday events, street busking, tactical comic encroachments, festivals, rituals, ceremonies, vaudevillian skits, electric and acoustic music jams, funerals, and births.

some of the places EE has performed:
Cleveland Performance Art Festival ‘98
World Refugee Day
Annual Buddha’s Peace and Happiness Parade
NASCAR
Lollapalooza
Puppetropolis
Krannert Museum of Art
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Houston Art Car Parade and Museum
Chicago Folk and Roots Fest
Chicago World Music Festival
Burning Man
Chiditarod Absurd Shopping Cart Race
Rotary International Centennial
World Naked Bike Ride
Chicago’s Frozen Fun Fest ‘09
see also :
http://www.encroach.net

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