A music, dance and media performance at UC Irvine, inspired by William Shakespeare's The Tempest
Co-Directed by Lisa Naugle, Riccardo Santoboni and John Crawford
Friday, October 27, 2017
Experimental Media Performance Lab (xMPL)
One of his most frequently produced plays, William Shakespeare's mystical masterwork The Tempest has spawned numerous adaptations and derivative works, including operas, films, novels and visual art.
Our concept uses excerpts from Shakespeare's text to reflect on relationships between humans and oceans. Situating ourselves on The Tempest's mysterious island, we respond to contrasts and complexities of the coastal interface using music, dance and digital media in this experimental performance.
Free admission; reservations required
More about La Tempesta: http://tempest.embodied.net
Supported by: UCI Illuminations: The Chancellor's Arts & Culture Initiative, Niccolo Piccinni Conservatory, Bari
For more information, visit http://21c.arts.uci.edu/emergence
Institute for 21st Century Creativity
Art + Technology + Design