Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Long Distance Affair - featured in GUSMEN Magazine

Our "Long Distance Affair" was featured in GUSMEN  Magazine - check it out:


And watch our latest video featuring Aimée Horne, from Australia:

Long Distance Affair explores the question – what can you get from one person when all the information you get comes through a computer screen? 21 artists from 12 countries decided to take this virtual adventure. Be one of the 27 participants who get to take this journey and have 9 actors performing solely for you from their private homes.

"Long Distance Affair is NYC-based. Sort of. It's NYC-based for the audience. The premise is that each audience member will enter the space and have access to up to nine computer terminals. At each terminal, Skype will connect the audience member to a performer in another location - actors' countries include Australia, Mexico and Turkey. The audience member will then see (and probably interact with) a ten-minute performance at each terminal. In short, each performance will have only one audience member at a time" Lisa Parry, playwright, UK

Concept: Ana Margineanu

Directed by Doug Howe, Jeremy Lydic & Ana Margineanu

Choreography by Andreea Duta

Written by Alfonso Carcamo (Mexico), Ella Greenhill (England), Stacey Gregg (Ireland), Diane Lefer (US), Sigtryggur Magnasson (Iceland), Lisa Parry (England), Monica Raymond (US), Peca Stefan (Romania) & David L. Williams (US)

Performed by Radu Campean (Romania), Svandis Dora Einarsdottir (Iceland), Fatih Genckal (Turkey), Aimée Horne (Australia), Miguel Loyola (Mexico), Martina Marti (Finland), Lorenzo Montanini (Italy), Oksana Mysina (Russia) and Anastasia Papatheodorou (Greece)

Buy tickets here.
($18 for visiting 9 countries or $10 for visiting 3 countries)


Caroline Gombe said...

Very interesting idea. Congratulation Ana Margineanu and all the people working in this project!

The Internationalists said...

Thank you, Caroline! We are looking forward to see you tonight!