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    Dead Tech

    Dear Friend, Things are going badly. I've got this young buck crawling up my ass. Then there's the sweet young thing who's been hitting on me. She's obsessed. Aline is freaking out. I feel like I'm living in an Ibsen play. Please come see me. — Solness DEAD TECH, a reworking of Ibsen's "The Master Builder," has original music by Todd Griffin, multiple video feeds, a panoply of 20th and 21st century architectural and technological texts, and uses Marting's signature gesture choreography. All combine to explode new life into Ibsen's masterpiece about the twisted world of Halvard Solness.

    Dates:  Jan. 30, 2002 - Feb. 23, 2002
    Schedule:  Wed.-Sun. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Puritan Iron Foundry, 56 Water St., Dumbo, Brooklyn
    Price:  $12-$18
    Official site:  http://www.here.org/deadtech
    Tickets/info:  (212) 647-0202


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