Live From a Bush of Ghosts

Just finished a promo trailer for Theatre Conspiracy‘s new show, Live From a Bush of Ghosts.

The trick was to capture live video projections, two dj’s, and a dancer.

And FYI, the HD fullscreen settings on Vimeo look AWESOME.

Live from a Bush of Ghosts demo from Flick Harrison.

A ghost story for the digital age Feb. 4 – 15

Presented with the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

Co-created by Tim Carlson, Richard Wolfe, Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg, No Luck Club and Candelario Andrade | Directed by Richard Wolfe

Feb. 4 – 15, 2009, 7pm
Studio 16, Vancouver, 1555 W. 7th Ave @ Granville St.
4pm Sunday matinees Feb. 8 and 15 (no evening show)

Spirits arise from the toxic smoke of First World electronic trash dumped in the developing world. A boy lured by an internet predator, a suicidal stockbroker, a heavy metal televangelist — these are a few of the ghosts haunting a woman who melts down computer components to retrieve precious metals for pennies a day.

With music inspired by Brian Eno and David Byrne’s seminal recording My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, Theatre Conspiracy delves into the fallout of digital culture. Electronic band No Luck Club performs along with live video mixes by Candelario Andrade as dancer/actor Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg creates multiple roles to conjure a ghostworld that is a physical, visual, sonic feast for the senses.

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