Inspired by Michael Robbins’ mind-bending book of contemporary poetry Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation. Working with the texts of Robbins’ poetry and their own original creative writing, the cast of Alien vs. Predatorinvites you into a shape-shifting, radioactive pop-culture swirl of sound and sense, meaning and mayhem. Audience members are encouraged to wander freely through all three levels of the Ryder Hall Atrium to experience these unique performance-art experiments.
Northeastern University College of Arts, Media, and Design
April 14-16, 2016
Photos: David R. Gammons