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NET/TEN Shareback: Swim Pony Performing Arts & Toasterlab - Storytrails Immersive Storytelling Guide

2017-18 Exchange Grant

June 23, 2020

Swim Pony Performing Arts (Philadelphia, PA) collaborated with Toasterlab (North Hollywood, CA), tech specialists in location-triggered performance, to develop Philadelphia Story Trails. Together the companies prototyped a unique mobile app that invokes the experience of immersive theater through a real-time drama delivered to audiences at specific points as they travel along the Philadelphia Circuit Trail system.

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NET/TEN Shareback: Albany Park Theater Project & Third Rail Projects - Building an Immersive, Site-specific Production with Youth Ensemble

2017-18 Exchange Grant

June 23, 2020

Albany Park Theater Project (Chicago, IL) partnered with Third Rail Projects (Brooklyn, NY) to continue the exchange of methodologies and collaborative creation process that previously resulted in the 2016 world premiere of Learning Curve. During Summer 2018, APTP and TRP will came together in Chicago for the first stage of devising a new, immersive, site-specific production that was created with and performed by APTP’s youth ensemble.

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NET/TEN Shareback: TAPIT/new works, St. Mary's Care Center, & Verona School District - Sample Lesson Plans

2017-18 Exchange Grant

June 23, 2020

TAPIT/new works (Madison, WI) engaged in a series of theater and movement workshops with St. Mary’s Care Center (Madison, WI) and Verona School District’s 18-21 Year Old Transition Program (Madison, WI) in order to create a multimedia theater work titled Our Stories, Our Process. This process refined and expanded TAPIT/new works’ model for community-based artmaking with social services partners. The work concluded with a performance featuring an inter-generational cast of participants, including skilled nursing facility residents and youth with disabilities.

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