LIFE MACHINE a new play by FaultLine Theater Co.

Hello world! I am currently in Salt Lake City, Utah on my third session of Laban Movement Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentals (LMA/BF) training with Integrated Movement Studies. I am inundated in Laban Space Symbols and thinking about cheesecake for some reason---but never mind about that!

I am writing to let you know that FaultLine Theater, in collaboration with The Defiance Project, will be presenting its latest production Life Machine beginning November 1, 2013! The show runs November 1, 2, 3, 8, 9 and 10 at Danzhaus Studio, 1275 Connecticut Street, San Francisco. This play is an adaptation written and directed by Cole Ferraiuolo. The show has dance, acting, computers, bio-electrics, and of course a life machine. Come check out the performance because you might see this Peruvian do some leg kicks and act like she's on Prozac! Below is a short synopsis written by Gwen Kingston.

SYNOPSIS: LIFE MACHINE tells the story of young women pushed to the point of murder. Set amid the shifting economic and technological landscape of 21st century America, Cole Ferraiuolo's radical retelling of this real life murder case presents an immersive media world of sound, movement, projection and performance. LIFE MACHINE revitalizes age old questions of gender, power and oppression and asks us all to reconsider what we are truly capable of.
Follow this link to our Indie Gogo campaign for a great video explaining our director's extraordinary vision for the show:
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