This Is Not a Theatre Company pronounces two new virtual presentations for the age of bodily distancing, Play in Your Bathtub and Life on Earth. Building on a historical past of ground-breaking, immersive paintings, This Is Not a Theatre Company now brings their paintings into other people’s properties to advertise cohesion, self-care, and therapeutic throughout the arts. Tickets for each performs are to be had via donation most effective, however a reservation should be made by way of the ticketing hyperlink to obtain the development hyperlink. Play in Your Bathtub will run for 4 performances starting April 1. Life on Earth will start April three.
“This is a strange time to be alive, but with new strangeness comes new beauty,” mentioned Artistic Director Erin Mee. “With Play in Your Bathtub, we will immerse you in the stillness of your own personal theatrical spa. While Life on Earth will whisk you around the world on the common thread of human experience. We are looking forward to connecting through our art and humanity during an uncertain time.”
Play in Your Bathtub: An Immersive Audio Spa for Physical Distancing is a site-specific interactive audio play that takes position on your personal bath. (Theatre-stayers might change a foot tub, if desired.) Scented tub oil and candle non-compulsory however beneficial. Join us for poetry, making a song, and Dances for Small Appendages in Water. Play on your Bathtub is conceived and directed via Artistic Director Erin B. Mee.
Life on Earth is a multinational, multilingual, durational adaptation of Obie Award winner Charles Mee’s Heaven on Earth, happening on Discord. Texts, movies, and audio clips dovetail into a web-based collecting of songs, dances, and energetic discussion. Watch the play spread in your smartphone, or sign up for in via texting one of the most characters!
Both presentations comprise fabrics written via and carried out via the company: Jenny Lyn Bader, Ezra Brain, Marisa LaRuffa, Johnathan Matthews, Charles Mee, Nicole Orabona, Amanda Thickpenny, and Colin Waitt.
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