Each visitor will have a chance to cross over from earth to the deep space beyond, where sound, light, and time itself move differently.
You'll receive our expert guidance in your crossing and your return, as well as a collection of words from fellow travelers - part passport, part visitor's guide, part program of events.
We can't say for sure what you'll see on your pilgrimage - it is never quite the same - but we know something is out there, in the nothing. And it watches back.
See what you can see. Let the darkness hold you. Leave light and body behind you, for a while.
Come back changed.
Sarah Vogelsang-Card, Noah Witke Mele; body paint by Toby MacNutt and Noah Hirka
The show takes place in Spotlight's black box theater. Access is step-free and performance is on a single flat level. Seating is flexible and optional. The lighting level will be very low; staff will be on-hand to assist with navigation as needed. If you'd like to further dampen your sensory experience, disposable earplugs will be available.
Certain showings (1pm on Saturday, 5pm on Sunday) are available as access-enhanced showings. These showings feature a higher light level and will have staff on-hand to offer verbal description and touch tour elements to whoever may desire them.
The Visitor's Guide zine is available in print, digital, large print, and Braille formats.
For additional accommodations or with questions, contact Toby (email@example.com)
Saturday Jun 9: 1pm (access-enhanced), 2, 2:30, 3, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30pm
Sunday Jun 10: 1, 1:30, 2, 2:30, 5 (access-enhanced), 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30
KIDS & FAMILIES
Kids 8 & under free - no need to book a ticket. Children are welcome at all showings; those afraid of the dark might be happier at access-enhanced showings as they have more light.
"Apastron" by Jennifer Mace
"jumping species" by Kaolin Fire
"A Cosmological Constant" by Toby MacNutt
"Bisecting Infinity" by Jennifer Mace
"astrophobia" by Rae White
"Do Not Imagine" by Mari Ness
"we traverse the dark" by Hester J Rook
"Kore Rises: Act I, stillness" by Melody Watson