Wednesday, February 11, 2015

SELF-EASE at the Fishtank

Fishtank Presents “Self-Ease,” an original performance on the effects of technology and social media

Showtimes:
Wednesday, Feb. 25th: 8pm (Preview)
Thursday, Feb. 26th: 8pm
Friday, Feb. 27th: 7pm and 9pm
Saturday, Feb. 28th: 7pm and 9pm
Sunday, Mar. 1st: 8pm

Created and performed by J. Will Fritz, Melissa Fennewald, Nathan Bovos, Nicole Marie Green, Ellen Kirk and Andy Perkins

Technology and social media have shifted the way we interact with other people. There is no formal instruction manual. Interactions are public, reactionary and candid. Technology keeps people connected, but to what end?

“Self-Ease” is an ensemble generated theatrical performance. With text based scenes to movement sequences, original songs, soundscapes and some red-nose, “Self-Ease” explores variations on how technology has shaped the way people interact with each other and them selves.

Post performance interaction with audience informs future performances and sparks new conversations about making connections and forming a self-identity in the technological era.

Tickets: $10 in advance online @http://self-ease.brownpapertickets.com
or $15 at the door. For more info visit www.fishtanktheater.com or call 816 809 7110.

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