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Celebrated Boston-based experimental theater director Jay Scheib, Brooklyn-based composer Anthony Gatto, Minneapolis-based new music stalwarts Zeitgeist, and upstart New York string quartet JACK conspire to re-imagine Stein's groundbreaking history of everyone everywhere at every time. This ambitious collaboration unfolds in front of sets and machines by Minneapolis artist Chris Larson with Scheib's signature live and processed video streams. In addition to JACK's strings, live chorus, and six principal singer/actors (including local favorites Bradley Greenwald and David Echelard, and The Builders Association's Tanya Selvaratnam), the unusual instrumentation includes accordions, autoharps, hurdy-gurdies, scrap-yard percussion, and church bells.

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