Invisible Messages

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$20.00; $15.00 Student/Senior; $10.00 P.S. 122 members

About This Show

Peter S. Petralia conducted an adventurous journey-cum-experiment in which he set out on the Trans-Siberian Railway connecting with artists from around the world for as long as the train was in the station, collecting a constellation of collaborative art objects, experiences and stories. It culminates in Invisible Messages. The ephemeral nature of perception, mobility and fame are teased out by three people who are in the process of disappearing. The piece travels from the depths of the brain to the most remote corner of the Gobi desert in search for an understanding of what it means to be present in the modern world.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: October 12, 2006 Final Performance: October 29, 2006
Location: P.S. 122, New York City

150 1st Avenue (@ Corner of 9th Street),

New York,

10003

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Theatermania Review

| | October 20, 2006
These three surrealistic vignettes, loosely inspired by playwright’s Peter S. Petralia’s journey across Siberia, make for an intriguing theatrical experience.