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Theatre and tech collide in dystopian TELUS World of Science show

Friday, March 06, 2020 10:17 AM | Anonymous member


For the first time in 20 years, live theatre is back at the TELUS World of Science’s Zeidler Dome.

Girl in the Machine explores digital dependency and human relationships with the help of a 360-degree visual experience. The Dome’s digital visualization theatre features 10K resolution.

“It’s a dystopian drama that focuses on a couple and what happens to them when a mysterious black box enters their house,” explained artistic producer and director Brenley Charkow. “[The dome] was the perfect space. The audience can experience exactly what the character is feeling.”

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