1 Theatre Company | 1 University | 5 Days | 2 Flash Mob Performances
Theatre can be an immediate medium, investigating & responding in real time to the world-at-large. This week, Cincinnati-based Theater Rabble-Rousers Queen City Flash will partner with students from the James Madison University school of Theatre and Dance to create a brand-new play. In 5 days. And then perform it for you. In a mystery location. Because art should feel dangerous.
HOW IT WORKS
Register for Free Tickets :: Don't worry that we haven't told you where you're seeing the show, the mystery is part of the fun. Pay special attention to notices concerning accessibility and whether or not you should pack a picnic! (you should totally pack a picnic...)
Receive Your Orders :: 3 hours prior to your performance, you will receive an email with a map and parking instructions to the secret location for that night's show. Don't forget the blankets and snack-ums as all Flash Mob-style performances are outdoors.
Flash Mob BYO? :: Bring a picnic! Water and snacks will be available. Bug repellent is provided!
WEATHER: Check queencityflash.com/updates for up-to-the-minute weather updates on outdoor performances.
THE FLASH MOBS
Fri, Oct. 6 @ 5:00 p.m.
Fri, Oct. 6 @ 10:00 p.m.
Check back starting on Wednesday for additional information about ACCESSIBILITY and SEATING considerations.
About #FlashJMU 2016
In March 2016, Hypersensitivities, IRL was created by Queen City Flash in tandem with the students of the James Madison University School of Theatre and Dance as a the flagship outing of Queen City Flash's flash|U, a theater education program that gives students a crash course in creating a theater company and self-producing through flash mob residencies.
Queen City Flash is a community-centric theater company dedicated to open access to the arts. By untethering the performing arts from physical space, prohibitive costs and traditional theatrical expectations, Queen City Flash unites local artists with their communities to create new, impactful theatre.