News: Interactive Digital Edition of "Chaos Theory" Continues This Weekend

 

Image courtesy of Nichole Mottershead

Chaos Theory begins as a lecture about chaos theory that quickly devolves into a series of interactive games inspired by the science of chaos theory, reality dating shows, middle school crushes, and the butterfly effect to end all butterfly effects: COVID-19. The audience is guided by mathematical scientist, Dr. Genevieve Saoch, whose personal life hilariously interferes with her ability to be objective about her research as a Chaologist. Through a series of participatory experiments, audience members are invited to embrace their inner chaos agent.

Chaos Theory is a NY Times recommended comedy show and winner of the Immersion Nation Best Social Immersion Award 2019. After a robust run as a live show pre-COVID-19 at Caveat, Here Arts and others, the digital adaptation premiered May 1st, 2020, in partnership with Caveat, NYC and now comes from NYC to Curious for a special two-week digital run Feb. 25th through March 7.

Writer and performer, Jessica Creane (she/they), is the founder of IKantKoan Games LLC, focused on creating playful experiences exploring serious subject matter. Creane is a climate change game designer with The National Parks Service and Professor of Game Design at CUNY City Tech, and she recently gave a TEDx talk about embracing uncertainty through play. She is a graduate of The Pig Iron School of Advanced Performance Training, and her work has been presented at HERE Arts, FringeNYC, BostonFIG, The World Economic Forum, PAX Unplugged, The Franklin Institute, IndieCade, Bandwi/d/th International, Tanween Creativity Festival in Ithra, Saudi Arabia, and on KQED San Fransisco. More can be found at www.ikantkoan.com and @IKantKoan (t/i/fb).

The show dates are as follows:

Thursday 2/25 and 3/4 at 7:30pm Mountain Time
Friday 2/26 and 3/5 at 7:30pm MT
Saturday 2/27 and 3/6 at 7:30pm MT
Sunday 2/28 and 3/7 at 2:00pm MT

Get your tickets here: Chaos Theory - IKANTKOAN GAMES

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