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Friday 4/19
at 7:30 pm

The Golden Record Project

Presented by Sandbox Theatre

The Golden Record Project

The Sandbox

3109 E 42nd St Minneapolis, MN 55406

70 minutes

Friday, April 19 7:30 pm
2019-04-19 19:30:002019-04-19 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Saturday, April 20 7:30 pm
2019-04-20 19:30:002019-04-20 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Monday, April 22 7:30 pm
2019-04-22 19:30:002019-04-22 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
  • Pay what you can night
Friday, April 26 7:30 pm
2019-04-26 19:30:002019-04-26 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Saturday, April 27 7:30 pm
2019-04-27 19:30:002019-04-27 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Sunday, April 28 7:30 pm
2019-04-28 19:30:002019-04-28 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Thursday, May 2 7:30 pm
2019-05-02 19:30:002019-05-02 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Friday, May 3 7:30 pm
2019-05-03 19:30:002019-05-03 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT
Saturday, May 4 7:30 pm
2019-05-04 19:30:002019-05-04 19:30:00America/ChicagoThe Golden Record ProjectIf you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share? Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here. In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.” In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own. How has our world changed? What would you send out today?   Featuring the talents of Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer Theo Langason* – Audio Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead Peter Heeringa* – Director Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant *Denotes Sandbox ensemble member Twin Cities metroT

Past performances

Friday, April 12 7:30 pm
Saturday, April 13 7:30 pm
Sunday, April 14 7:30 pm
Thursday, April 18 7:30 pm
  • Pay what you can night
 
Drama Experimental New work Minnesota premiere

If you could send a message out to the universe just to tell them our world was here, what would you say? What would you share?

Join Sandbox for an intimate aural and visual event celebrating NASA’s Voyager Golden Records. The Golden Record Project is part art installation, part performance, part interactive museum. It’s a search for connection, a hopeful call to other worlds, and a declaration that we are here.

In 1977, a NASA project led by astronomer Carl Sagan, and writer/producer Ann Druyan, launched time capsule discs they called Golden Records into deep space aboard two NASA Voyager satellites. President Jimmy Carter called them, “a present from a small, distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours.”

In Sandbox’s Golden Record Project, a multi-disciplinary collection of twin cities artists, along with our audiences, will explore the cultural, historical and current significance of the original Golden Records, and through this exploration, create a new record of our own.

How has our world changed? What would you send out today?

 

Featuring the talents of

Nicole DelPizzo – Fabrication / Installation
Mandi Johnson – Fabrication / Costumes
Ajuawak Kapashesit – Performer
McKenna Kelly-Eiding – Performer
Theo Langason* – Audio
Morgan Schoonover – Audio / Installation
Holly Streekstra – Fabrication / Installation

Kristina Fjellman* – Project Lead
Peter Heeringa* – Director
Elizabeth Horab – Organization / Performer
Evelyn Digirolamo* – Creation Assistant
Megan Lagas* – Creation Assistant
Henry (Hal) Ellen Sansone* – Creation Assistant

*Denotes Sandbox ensemble member

Nicole DelPizzo Fabrication, Installation
Kristina Fjellman Project Lead
Evelyn Digirolamo Creation Assistant
Megan Campbell Lagas Creation Assistant
Henry Ellen Sansone Creation Assistant