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Aerial Theater Performance Receives Rave Reviews

Coverage includes Baltimore Sun feature story, City Paper review, FOX45 Hometown Hotspots, among others

Posted 01.23.11 by mica communcations

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Justin Price in "12"

12: A Performance Piece for Twelve Actors is a desolate performance surrounded in atmosphere, beauty, struggle and hope, performed in MICA's BBOX from Friday, Jan. 14-Sunday, Jan. 23. Developed at MICA by DNA Theatre, an ensemble of students, alumni, staff and faculty, 12 is an aerial theater work in which actors fly on rope, harness, trapeze, aerial cloth and hand straps, reaching, pulling and struggling through humanity's basic theme of emotional and physical survival. A whole world and visual language is developed without a single spoken word throughout the entire 90-minute show. Based loosely on Ayn Rand's Anthem, the story explores the relationship between people living in a dystopian society at the end of the collapse of the world's civilizations.

 


READ: Baltimore Sun feature story on artistic director and performer Kel Millionie and on the overall performance.
READ: City Paper review of the performance.
VIEW: Facebook photos of the performance.
• Also in Baltimore Jewish Times, FOX45 Hometown Hotspots and WJZ.com/CBS, among others.