THE FEMALE ROLE MODEL PROJECT – June 7 at 7pm in New York
The Female Role Model Project is a scientifically enhanced multimedia devised theatre piece created by an ensemble of female-identified artists of varying ages, races, ethnicities and sexualities, exploring representations of female role models and their evolution in a world confronting us with cataclysmic environmental change, cataclysmic political change, and the possibility of transforming our brains.
It combines theatrical performance and interactive games with live recordings of neural activity from both actors and audience members using Emotiv EEG headsets.
June 7, 2018, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm
at: The Cell, 338 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011
For tickets click here.
7:00pm: wine and mingle
7:30pm: The Female Role Model Project performance
8:15pm: Swing band Three Bad Pennies and interactive brain synchronization activity (The Mutual Wave Machine)
Before and after program: Silent Auction, Live Portrait Painting
Complimentary wine and refreshments
TRANSFORMA Theatre Inc.'s first annual fundraiser with the goal of raising funds to produce an Off-Broadway run of an interactive theatrical experience that blends art and science, The Female Role Model Project in the Fall/Winter of 2018/19. TRANSFORMA Theatre Inc. is a new Not-for-Profit Organization founded by Tjasa Ferme, Jacob Sebag and Natalie Kacinik.
The event has been co-sponsored by the Embassy of Slovenia in Washington.