Conversation with Radiohole about Inflatable Frankenstein at The Kitchen, NYC

Conversation with members of Brooklyn based DIY technological theater Radiohole while presenting Inflatable Frankenstein at the Kitchen (NYC) as part of COIL 2013 in NYC.

Conversation with members of Brooklyn based DIY technological theater Radiohole while presenting Inflatable Frankenstein at the Kitchen (NYC) as part of COIL 2013 in NYC.

Radiohole website:
http://www.radiohole.com/about-what-the-hell.html

http://www.ps122.org/inflatable-frankenstein/
Influenced by James Whale’s Frankenstein films, Radiohole explodes the tumultuous and tragic life of Mary Shelley. Blood chilling and completely strange, Inflatable Frankenstein is brimming with whims, technological absurdity, and bodily fluids. A larger-than-life, Radiohole gothic teen sex dream. With Maggie Hoffman, Eric Dyer, Erin Douglass, Joseph Silovsky, and Mark Jaynes. Also introducing The Creature Without Organs.

Interview produced by Marlon Barrios Solano for dance-tech.tv

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