Inspired by a dream, the revelations of whistleblower, Edward Snowden, and the debate surrounding state surveillance, Theatre Ad Infinitum brings to life a nightmarish future where the state is secretly watching citizens' minds... Light explores the horrors of state secrecy - all played out in darkness and fusing graphic novel and cinema-inspired sci-fi visuals with sound and physical storytelling... .A rare beast - science fiction for stage. Multi award winning Theatre Ad Infinitum presents a dystopian future where implants connect our brains to cyberspace and governments secretly infiltrate our thoughts. Intense darkness, torchlight and a stunning soundscape tell a story of love, betrayal, and technological power.
Archive :: production:T446724988, play:S0612065848, venue:V168
- 27 Mar 17
- C:Theatre Ad Infinitum, I:George Mann, M:Chris Bartholomew, I:Nir Paldi (associate director), U:Chris Bartholomew, S:Fiammetta Horvat, K:Fiammetta Horvat, L:Matthew Leventhall (lighting consultation), P:Charli Dubery, P:Matty Gurney, P:Rebecca Killick, P:Nir Paldi, P:Michael Sharman