FrenetiCore's Wired: Dance + Technology
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The last date listed for Wired: Dance + Techology was Friday April 4, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Allison Bond
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the show was pretty odd and if you are not open to a modern artistic kind of performance than this probably is not for you. The first act was bizarre but hilarious and involved the audience through a facebook feed so it was kind of cool to actually encourage the audience to have cell phones out. The following performances by the dance group were OK and there were a couple of performances I liked. Overall it was an experience that was really different and will be fun to talk about with my friend who went with me.
Choreography by Rebecca French. Video and projection mapping by ears are good. Photography by Les Campbell. Technical direction by Edgar Guajardo.
Cast includes Danielle Artis, Madonna Bauch, Adam Castaneda, Dorianne Castillo, Rebecca French, Jaime Garcia, Lauren Hurstell, Taylor Martin and Mollie Miller.
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