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WHAT THE HELL IS A RADIOHOLE?
Radiohole is an ensemble founded by Erin Douglass, Eric Dyer, Maggie Hoffman and Scott Halvorsen Gillette that makes loud, brash and often soggy collaborative shows in the liminal space between theater, performance art, literature, sound and visual art, where conventional rules and categories shift unpredictably. Described by The Drama Review as "the quintessential American performance group," Radiohole's thirteen original productions and numerous short performance works have earned them a reputation as one of NYC's most uncompromising experimental theater companies. After performing in bars and basements around Brooklyn and the East Village in the late 1990s, Radiohole, (in partnership with The Collapsable Giraffe) founded the Collapsable Hole in 2000 where most of their work was performed until the venue's closing in 2013. Additionally Radiohole has performed at PS122, The Kitchen, The Performing Garage, LaMama, The Knitting Factory and WFMU's Monty Hall. Nationally their work has toured to Seattle, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Troy, NY and internationally, Radiohole has toured to Austria, Denmark, Holland, Ireland and Norway.
 

RADIOHOLE: Pretending to be German since 1998