Metro Art Presents Among Us
Monday, September 19 and Tuesday, September 20, 9:00am – 9:40am, Historic Ticketing Hall
We are pleased to collaborate with the Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival and Los Angeles Performance Practice to host Among Us, directed by Marike Splint. Among Us is an immersive sound experience about the human instinct to belong, about the tension between the individual and the community, and about what you are willing to give up to not be alone.
This performance is an experience in two parts bookending your day. In the morning, you’ll meet at Union Station, where you are challenged to look at your surroundings in a different way. You’ll meet again the same day at dusk. Part II begins at 5:30pm, within two miles of Union Station, in a secret location to be announced. Through a game of observation, dilemmas and choosing sides, your personal boundaries are questioned, and hidden social structures are gradually revealed.
The September 19 & 20 presentations are free. Click here for information about additional performance dates: Sept. 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, & Oct 1, 2.
PLEASE NOTE: This is an intimate program with limited space. RSVP is required to participate. To reserve your spot, email firstname.lastname@example.org (up to 2 RSVPs accepted per email). Your RSVP will be confirmed in the order it is received.
Live Arts Exchange 2016 creates space for and draws attention to contemporary performance emerging out of Los Angeles. The LAX Festival is produced by Los Angeles Performance Practice.
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