Inspired by Edward Snowden’s revelations, Theatre Ad Infinitum conjures an Orwellian future where a totalitarian regime monitors the thoughts of its citizens through implants.
Charged with hunting down ‘terrorists’ who seek illegal disconnection, a young government agent encounters an enigmatic figure from his shadowy past. This nightmarish tale of love, betrayal and technological power blends anime-style storytelling and a pulsating soundscape to draw audiences into a sci-fi realm. LED strip and torchlight innovatively illuminate this wordless production.
High-octane mime... a pint sized epic - The Times
Light has remade theatre for the 21st Century - Fringe Review
Directed and written by George Mann
Associate director: Nir Paldi
Composition and Sound Design: Chris Bartholomew
Set and Costume Design: Fiammetta Horvat
Lighting Consultant: Matthew Levethall
Photography: Alex Brenner