Journey to the Heart of X Minus One: Plays Based on Science Fiction Radio of the 1950s
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The last date listed for Journey to the Heart of X Minus One was Sunday June 19, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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Curt is a young, jaded acting teacher. Anna's a pushy freshman preparing for an audition in a Shakespeare play. When she requests Curt's help and ends up getting a harsh critique, the encounter forms a powerful bond between the two in the psychological drama Breaking the Shakespeare Code. The pair's 16-year relationship plays out over three scenes as they deceive and manipulate one another while exploring the human nature in some of Shakespeare's most intricate works. Learn More
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- Episodes of the radio program <em>X Minus One</em> were based on the stories of Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov and Robert A. Heinlein.
- Listen to original <a target="_blank" href="http://otr.relicradio.com/tag/x-minus-1/">episodes </a>of the original radio series <em>X Minus One. </em>
Back from the far recesses of time and space, Counter Productions Theatre is presenting a second round of its serial science fiction theatre experience, this time titled, Journey to the Heart of X Minus One. The production features tales from the original 1950's radio broadcast, as well as original sci-fi shorts from local artists Alison Meirowitz McCarthy, Vincent Ularich and John Herman. It's already in your brain.
About the Ticket Supplier: Counter-Productions Theatre Company
Counter-Productions Theatre Company is a collaborative group of imaginative and driven people passionate about Theatre. We will create high-quality, thought-provoking productions in the greater Boston area and throughout New England. We are focused on bringing unprecedented energy, emotion, professionalism, and craftsmanship to all of our work. We will continue to grow through the on-going company goal of educating and enriching the lives of our audience and their communities through the Theatrical Arts.