#txtshow (on the internet)
Brian Feldman Projects
September 10-October 4
$0.01 – $30
“An experience unlike anything in live theater.”
– DC Metro Theater Arts
The best show you’ll write all year, #txtshow (on the internet) is a completely immersive multiscreen performance featuring a mysterious character named txt (pronounced “text”) who recites a script written anonymously in real-time by a live audience (on the internet).
Audiences will receive an email from email@example.com on the day of the show with links to the Zoom meeting and PDF program (including Instructions to the Audience, please read before the performance starts).
Please Note: Audience members must keep their camera and microphone on the entire show. This show contains audience interaction. The content of the show is based entirely upon what audience members write in anonymity. Recommended for 18+. This event may contain mature themes, profane language, and explicit sexual content.
Thursday, Sept 10 at 7pm (100th show!)
Sunday, Sept 13 at 2pm
Thursday, Sept 17 at 7pm
Monday, Sept 21 at 8pm
Thursday, Sept 24 at 7pm
Sunday, Sept 27 at 2pm
Thursday, Oct 1 at 7pm
Sunday, Oct 4 at 2pm
Pay What You Can $0.01-$30
About the Artists
Brian Feldman (Concept/Performer) is an award-winning performance artist and actor. He lives in Washington, Douglass Commonwealth where, as DCist noted, “In a city that has an advocacy group exploring how to “make D.C. weird” – and is still struggling – Brian Feldman is a shining beacon of eccentricity.” Brian’s work has been favorably compared to Marina Abramović, David Blaine, John Cage, Christo, Marcel Duchamp, Tehching Hsieh, and Andy Kaufman, and featured on television, radio, in print, and online. Since August 2003, he has presented 300+ performances of 125+ projects at 175+ venues and festivals in cities worldwide through Brian Feldman Projects, one of North America’s premier presenters of experimental time-based art.
Genny Yosco (Screen Manager) has loved theater since she was a child, and it’s been a steady decline into madness ever since. Since 2014, she has produced and directed 34 productions in New York, 26 of which have been originals that she has written. She also is the creator and director of two monthly shows – SILENT BUT DEADLY: A Mime Experience, in which she also plays Blue; and CHEMICAL X: The Powerpuff Girls Improv Show, where she portrays Bubbles and various others.
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