Kaleidoscope, directed by Nathan Gabriel, written by Ray Bradbury
A co-production of Acting Unlimited, University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Festival International de Louisiane
"They fell... they fell as pebbles fall down wells. And now instead of men, there were only voices. All kinds of voices, disembodied and impassioned in varying degrees of recognition... and terror."
Celebrated sci-fi author Ray Bradbury's Kaleidoscope is the story of astronauts who are thrown from their ship. As they fall through the vastness of space, they talk to one another through their headset radios. Each one deals with the certainty of death in his own unique way and learns what secrets lie in the hearts of those they thought they knew best. This production is a radio-theatre hybrid, adapted for the stage from an old-time radio scripts.
This production marks for the first co-production for these three groups.
Theatre 810 is an intimate venue, and there are three ways to purchase tickets for this show:
1. Purchase tickets here with your Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express card.
2. Purchase tickets in person, at the door. Box office will open an hour prior to curtain. Due to limited seating, AUI/AURA cannot guarantee that seats will be available for purchase at the door for each performance.
3. Reserve your seats by phone at 337-484-0172. Our box office staff will hold your reservation until the night of the show, and you can purchase your tickets when the box office opens. Our box office only accepts cash or check at the door. Reservations are held until 10 minutes prior to curtain, then they will be released to patrons on the waiting list.
For any questions, call 337-484-0172. And we'll see you at the show!