Here is an interview with the Director of Everyone Knows What a Dragon Looks Like:
Also a few pictures of the production to whet your appetite.
Hope to see you at the Pavilion Friday or Saturday 🙂
Click here to learn about the “World’s First Bicycle Rickshaw Theatre”, a ministry of Imagine the Word, an arts ministry organization founded by Hunter Barnes. This ministry would create a portable theatre stage on the back of a New York City bicycle rickshaw, easily transportable through the city streets, which would fold out for performances that would share the Gospel to the NYC public. The informational video is on a website built to accept donations to help fund the project.
And no, we’re not talking about brighter lights or online ticket ordering – it’s an article which talks about the use of newer technologies for interactive and immersive theatre.
An alcoholic beverage company has commissioned artists of a theatre company called Punchdrunk known for interactive and immersive theatre pieces to create an experience for audience members which involves traveling from site to site where people drinking their beverage can be found. A new approach to advertising!