Whisper is a visually decadent, aurally immersive performance that asks the audience to question 'what is real' in a world of increasing technological sophistication.
Each audience member is given a set of headphones through which they hear the voices of three live performers narrating a fictional walk through a fictional city. Obscured behind a cinematic screen, the performers are seen as shadows, silhouettes or in stark clarity, creating a fully immersive sound environment to accompany their narration.
Directed and Written by Peter S. Petralia
Performed by Alice Booth, Gillian Lees, and Andrew Westerside
Music and Sound Design by Philip Reeder.
Lighting by Rebecca M.K. Makus