• The 2006 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe
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  • cell, andrew simonet, dance, philadelphia, performance by cell phone, guide, buzz, performance for one, movement, old city, fringe, headlong dance theater

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  • from "Cell" - interactive audience member (in black pants) (photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net)

    from "Cell" - interactive audience member (in black pants) (photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net)

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CELL

Cell (2006) is a performance journey for one audience member at a time. A dispatcher leads the audience member on a mission through city streets and abandoned buildings. Who is part of the performance? Why is everyone always on their phone? Am I being watched? Headlong collaborated with technology artists Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, to create an experience that is sometimes paranoia-inducing, sometimes warm and fuzzy, and always intense. The journey ends with the audience member engulfed in a private dance that is all their own. Premiered Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. 60 minutes.

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