unfolds in two UNM theatres
and science departments collaborate
a play created to take place in two theatres simultaneously,
Rodey Theatre and Theatre X, Center for the Arts, and written
by Jim Linnell and directed by Kristen Loree, will be performed
March 27-29, April 2-5 at 7:30 p.m. and March 30 at 2 p.m.
will watch the play unfold from different vantage points but
will follow the characters by live action and video. The video
screens will create a window into the action in the other space.
It is also a play that integrates a DJ, digital music, eight
original songs, choreography, rope work, digital animation,
digital video and a web site.
begs the question: what will you give up to live in this world?
Two different groups of young people come into conflict over
who controls a particular real and mental space represented
physically by a run down, abandoned industrial building and
mentally by underground art events that are sent out over the
web from the site. The central character, Joseph, is an absolutist
and dreamer who is obsessed with filling a void in his life.
has support from the Arts and Technology Center, the Department
of Theatre and Dance, Media Arts Department and Computer Science
is a gala performance, all seats will be $15. General tickets
are $10, senior $8, and students $6, at the UNM Box Office or
call 925-5858 or go to tickets.com.