Runs 105 minutes
$20 - $60
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Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company
written by Derek “Duck” Washington
puzzles by David Pisa
directed by John Heimbuch
Your skill with computer hacking has attracted the attention of a covert government agent. To clear your record, you agree to assist Agent Halo in her current investigation. But what is Halo’s real mission, and can your team help her succeed? Exploring ideas of technology, identity, and personal freedom, Reboot redefines what online theater can be.
Reboot is Walking Shadow’s fourth interactive hybrid of theater and escape room. It is a live, scripted online performance with actors; it’s also an immersive, conversational experience for a small audience to explore virtually, while solving collaborative puzzles and unlocking ethical conundrums.
- Reboot is an interactive online experience performed live over Zoom.
- Each ticket sold is for an individual attendee.
- Each participant will need a computer and phone to join. See technical details on our website.
- Reboot lasts 90 – 105 minutes.
- Reboot is made for 6 to 10 audience members.
- Recommended for ages 14 up.
- Please arrive 10 minutes early to make sure you get connected properly.
- There is NO LATE ADMISSION for Reboot.
Content Advisory: Reboot includes audience interaction, group discussion, animations, camera filters, and digital environments.
Charla Marie Bailey
Leo Searcy, Jr.
Writer – Derek “Duck” Washington
Puzzle and Scenic Design – David Pisa
Director and Video Design – John Heimbuch
Assistant Director – Javari Horne
Costume Design – Khamphian Vang
Digital Design – Laura M Bryan
Animations – Chris Rodriguez
Logo Design – Erik Evensen
Runs 60 minutes
- Opening night
Open Eye Theatre
506 E 24TH STREET MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55404
Call (612) 874-6338
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Presented by Teresa Mock
Teresa Mock’s biographical solo performance explores the ripple effects of her father’s Vietnam War trauma
Through humorous, gritty, and expansive family stories, Teresa Mock goes on a road trip through space and time with her father, Paul Mock, a working-class Vietnam Veteran.
She delves into her father’s tumultuous childhood growing up in 1950s Minnesota suburbia, his service in Vietnam, and how he has coped since the war by looking at the world through a scientific lens. Ultimately, Teresa sees how the war has permeated her own life through her relationship with her father.
As we are surviving the tragic uncertainty of a worldwide pandemic and welcoming the return of live theatre, we have been collectively dreaming of other realities and what might have been in other universes. The performance promises to be meaningful for veterans, anyone touched by war, and those examining the idea of transgenerational trauma.
A video of this production will also be available for streaming online Sept. 2 - 30.
Runs 85 minutes
Commonweal Theatre Company
208 Parkway Ave N Lanesboro, MN
$15 - $35
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Presented by Commonweal Theatre Company
Senga is a brilliant dancer whose world crumbles after a life-changing accident. Ever is a brilliant college professor with Asperger's. Their worlds intertwine when he appears at her door with a bizarre proposition - he will pay her an outrageous sum if she will teach him a few dance moves for an upcoming banquet. Their sudden physical closeness collides with their emotional distance, unleashing a torrent of feelings in this tender, unpredictable romance.
Content Advisory: Dancing Lessons contains adult language and mature themes.
*Due to Covid-19, seating capacity is limited.
*Virtual performances are available on Saturday nights.
*Visit our website for more information.