What happens when a stranger takes over your online identity?
Be one of the first to see this fascinating new performance, which utilises the same 3D technology that shocked the world when Tupac Shakur was digitally resurrecting at the Coachella music festival.
Three years in the making, Forgot Your Password? is a stunning theatrical-dance work integrating hologram technology, contemporary South Asian dance and mesmerising vocals.
Inspired by real-life experiences, it explores issues of trust, identity theft and starting over.
What the critics say: Humorous, refreshing, soulful, satisfying.
UK Tour Dates
14 April, 2015
Watford Palace Theatre
9 May, 2015
Key Theatre, Peterborough*
* Includes a complimentary workshop 8 May
12 May, 2015
The Place, London*
* Includes a complimentary installation
and post-show Q&A with the artistic team
5 June, 2015
*Includes a complimentary installation and talk
A first-of-its kind endeavour in integrating Contemporary South Asian Dance and Hologram technology in partnership with Musion - global leader in the development, marketing, production and broadcasting of realistic, life-sized, interactive 3D holographic video shows and effects- FYP is a stunning visual treat. Musion’s holographic projection system takes advantage of the most innovative 21st century technologies, transforming the Victorian-age Pepper’s Ghost optical illusion into a state-of-the-art multimedia platform that enables 3D holographic projection; a jaw-dropping visual phenomenon that amazes and fascinates audiences of all ages the world over. Make sure you don't miss it !
Choreographed and performed by Divya Kasturi
Music and live performance visual design - John-Marc Gowans
Dramaturge- Chris Fogg
Lighting - Claire Childs
Pre-show installation - James Alliban
Production Manager- Sam Halls
Hologram Technology- Musion
Filming Consultant- Stephen Ley
Producer - Venkatesh Gajapathy
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