#txtshow (on the internet) - BorderLight Festival

#txtshow (on the internet)

Brian Feldman Projects

THE DETAILS

TYPE OF SHOW

Virtual - Interactive

REGION

Washington, DC

TICKETS

$12

RUN TIME

45 min

Recommended For

Ages 18+ / Adult Content

SHOW TIMES

Thu 7/22/21 @ 7pm EDT
Fri 7/23/21 @ 7pm EDT
Sat 7/24/21 @ 7pm EDT
Sun 7/25/21 @ 2pm EDT
Sun 7/25/21 @ 7pm EDT
Mon 7/26/21 @ 7pm EDT
Tue 7/27/21 @ 7pm EDT
Wed 7/28/21 @ 2pm EDT
Wed 7/28/21 @ 7pm EDT
Thu 7/29/21 @ 7pm EDT
Fri 7/30/21 @ 7pm EDT
Sat 7/31/21 @ 7pm EDT

**Note: Limited tickets are available per show - purchase early to ensure your spot!

#txtshow (on the internet)

“#txtshow (on the internet)” is a crowdsourced, immersive, multiscreen performance featuring a mysterious character named txt (pronounced “text”) who recites a script written anonymously in real-time by YOU! It’s the best show you’ll write all year.

Please Note: This LIVE online show relies on a high level of audience interaction. Audience members must keep their camera and microphone on the entire time they are in the show. The content of the show is based entirely upon what audience members write in anonymity and, as such, may contain mature themes, profane language, sudden loud noises, and potentially triggering content or themes.

Awards + Achievements:
Audience Choice Award, Pittsburgh Virtual Fringe Festival (2021)
Experimental Production of the Year, The Young-Howze Theatre Awards (2021)
Les Meilleures Expériences Immersives, UXmmersive (2021)
NoPro Critic's Picks, No Proscenium (2020)
Best Artful Adaptation to the Pandemic, Orlando Weekly Best of Orlando (2020)
Artistic Innovation, St Lou Fringe Virtual Festival (2020)

Written by the Audience

Brian Feldman - Concept/Performer
Audience - Playwright

GENRE(S)

Interactive, Performance Art, Solo Show, Theatre, Genre-Defying

CONTENT WARNING

(Possible) Graphic Language, (Possible) Sexual Themes, (Possible) Triggering Themes

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Photo Credit(s): Courtesy of Brian Feldman Projects