Attention Dick fans, for an evening of expertly executed weirdness check out Saturday’s show — The Preserving Machine — at AS220.
A multimedia performance based on the Philip K. Dick story of the same name… sheet music is transformed into animals in an effort to enable it to survive the coming dark ages… music/sound/projections by Blevin Blectum aka Bevin Kelley…text design/foley sound by Theo Goodell… and featuring the acting talents of David Higgins as Doc Labyrinth, and Rachel Jendrzejewski and Elise Morrison as the Narrator.
So little attention is paid to good foley work these days. I hope I see some cocoanut shells when I walk in the door. (There may be some drunken Irish folk making noise at the bar, Mr. Goodell, so clop hard.)
$6, 9pm, Saturday, April 17, The Preserving Machine, AS220, 115 Empire Street