Anne Evans wrote about her experience with the play for The Columbus Underground. Here’s a sample:
The pace of the play throws lots of heavy themes out to the audience without necessarily explaining them right away. It doesn’t really need to – for me, it was the discussion that happened once the play was over that made the experience well worth it… Go see the play with friends and give yourselves something to discuss for hours!
Heather Gross of The Columbus Alive previewed our new show and spoke with director Matt Slaybaugh. Read it here.
And over at the Columbus Dispatch, Michael Grossberg talked to several cast members, and may have coined a new term – “Disney-topian.” Read his piece here.
Lil, Kim, Ian, Tim, and Julius goofing around with HERF guns.
Available Light's outrageous adaptation of Cory Doctorow's brilliant sic-fi novel, DOWN & OUT in the MAGIC KINGDOM, opens April 26, 2012.
In the original Down & Out in the Magic Kingdom novel, Cory Doctorow saw the future in a huge number of ways. Some of the most compelling moments involve characters interacting with their heads-up-displays, or HUDs. It’s something we’ve taken great pains to replicate on-stage, and it will be a lot of fun to bring to life.
Along the way, though, we’ve needed to explain the concept to a lot of people. Luckily, Google showed-up with this video which makes it a lot more clear. Check it out, then see our version in Down & Out in the Magic Kingdom, starting April 26.
Over at Cory Doctorow’s website, he’s got a few pages devoted to his book Down & Out in the Magic Kingdom.
Whattaya want? Download and read the book for free in more than 35 different file-types? It’s there!
Bulgarian translation? You got it!
Alternate book covers? Sure thing!
Free podcasts of the book? Right here!
This is a really fascinating book. We encourage everyone who’s interested in the play to buy a copy today.