I’m excited to announce that we’ve adapted the award winning 1,400 sq ft immersive installation that we ran at the Tribeca Film Festival for four people into a virtual performance for 100. On June 11th & 14th Where There’s Smoke will stage two FREE virtual performances that mix storytelling and play. Participants will explore the connections between two mysterious fires and my Dad’s battle with cancer. Space is limited. For more details click here
Sitting in my room on a self-isolated morning, I’m immersed in a small alternate reality that lives in my phone. On the small, glowing screen, I’m not a writer, but a young architect preparing for the job interview of a lifetime.
Experiments with online business models have led in at least one case to more tickets sold. And as the trappings change, the nature of the humor seems to be changing, too. No one in live comedy is thrilled about moving shows online.
Advice, observations, and real-life examples. As the last few weeks of our new shared reality have unfolded, anxiety, fear, uncertainty—emotions that have always been under the surface at an individual level—have entered the collective narrative.