GENERATOR: Pestilence Part 1
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GENERATOR: Pestilence Part 1
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GENERATOR: Pestilence Part 1 NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Members say
Strange, Ambitious, Multi-media, Scattered, Humorous

About the Show

Expressionistic and experimental, the narrative of this new work begins with a spark of energy triggering life on the planet. 

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668 Reviews | 156 Followers
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Ambitious, Humorous, Scattered, Strange, Multi-media

See it if you're willing to hold off questioning what it all means & enjoy the full sensory wash of multiple art forms occupying the same time & space

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Critic Reviews (1)

New York Theater
February 22nd, 2020

"Part art installation, part dance theater that evokes the evolution of life forms on earth. The show is accompanied by the other-worldly sounds of the band NYOBS, by video projections and even by a series of smells. billed as an AIDS allegory. The connection to AIDS escapes me,"
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