Mar 23 2017 7:30PM - 9:30PM
Black Box Theater
Additional Performances: March 24, 7:30 p.m.; March 25, 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; March 26, 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Runtime: 2 hours | One 5 minute intermission
A love affair with a pigeon, a shakedown with Mark Twain, an enormous disco DJ’d by Thomas Edison-- this genre-bent, cross-experimental three act play launches two scientific giants into a new light: Nikola Tesla, the troubled genius and fallen inventor whose patents and inventions now worth billions were stolen from under him, and Thomas Edison, the famous inventor and infamous crook who coordinated the entire slandering attack but to this day gets all the credit.
Directed by Sandy Doria | Designed by Bryan Schall | Stage Manager - Zach Heckler | Choreography - Hannah Sandler | Assistant Director - Tangiene Nyereyegona-Hill | Co-Set Design - Ciara Wright I Co-Set Design - Raquel Cannon I Co-Sound Design - Che Ramirez | Co-Sound Design - Kevin Foley | Assistant Sound Design - Tamara Pshenitsyna | Costume Design - Alix Johnson | Props Design - Shaelyn Weatherup | Lighting Design - Bryan Schall | Video Design - Bryan Schall | Assistant Lighting Design - Colin Sass | Videography - Emily Angelluci | Animation - Haley Monson | Technical Director - Joey Redfearn | Master Electrician - Colin Sass | Electrical Engineer - Jim Plianthos
Band: Bass - Greg Driza | Guitar - Zach birnbaum | Percussion - Trevor Rodgers
Strobe effects will be used during this production.Gershman Hall
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