Summer Cubed EXPLORING MEDIA
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)
Lookingglass Theatre, Blair Thomas and Manual Cinema, The New Colony & The Inconvenience and Lucky Plush Productions are featured in Exploring Media.
A one-night only showing in various performance venues within the Logan Center for the Arts; audiences will move from space to space to experience the three works-in-progress, and are invited to join the artists for food and drink in the courtyard immediately following. Building upon the success of The Moby Dick Project 2012, this year’s “Summer Cubed” series explores our engagements with media as we witness physical, sociological, communication, linguistic and psychological changes.
These companies are all sharing three mid-process works that explore these technologies and transformations from richly different artistic perspectives. This event takes place as a part of the Summer Inc. Residencies with Theater and Performance Studies at The University of Chicago. This project is supported by a grant from the Arts Council and The Logan Center.
NORTHSIDERS-- Take a free bus to and from the event! Bus will pick up at Coopers, 1232 W Belmont, Chicago IL 60657 at 5:30pm (the bar opens at 4:30pm) and then the bus will take you back to Coopers at 9:30pm from the Logan Center.
TICKETS HAVE GONE OFF-SALE. BUT WALKINS ARE WELCOME!
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University Theater/Theater and Performance Studies represents the collaborative efforts of students, staff, and faculty committed to performance at the University of Chicago whose mission is to balance creative opportunity with professional experience by involving approximately 500 students annually in theatrical productions as actors, designers, directors and production staff.
The UT/TAPS collaboration is a symbiosis of practical and theoretical coursework with student-driven work; while creatively supporting the artistic contribution of the Dance Council (Dance), Le Vorris & Vox (Circus) The Dean's Men (Shakespeare), and Off-Off Campus (Sketch & Improv) in their 30 plus productions each year.