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Time: October 30, 2010 to November 14, 2010
Location: Shoctor Theatre, The Citadel Theatre
Street: 9828 – 101A Avenue Edmonton
City/Town: Alberta Canada T5J 3C6
Website or Map: http://www.citadeltheatre.com…
Phone: Alberta: 780-425-1820
Event Type: performance
Organized By: Electric Company Theatre, Vancouver
Latest Activity: Aug 6, 2010
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In 1885 Eadweard Muybridge embarked on a mission to catalog animal movement and human gestures, dissecting time. His work revealed a world invisible to the naked eye and foretold the invention of modern day cinema.
A physically and visually explosive spectacle, this award winning production explores themes of memory, identity, and the quest for meaning at the very beginning of our culture's obsession with images.
Vancouver’s Electric Company Theatre strives to create theatre that is life-affirming, inspiring, and provocative, and to promote theatre as an educative, cultural, and by all means fun, experience. With a fresh approach to the use of space in their storytelling they transform venue into narrative. Challenging the established conventions of creating theatre and watching theatre, the Electric Company constantly experiments with its own formulae.
NOTE: The plays in the Rice Theatre Series are intended for mature audiences. Nudity content and language may not be suitable for all patrons. You have been warned!
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