No Plan B is a layered and hypnotic production, floating in the space between performance art and installation, film and physical theatre, and movement. The production will premiere at Fort Knox State Park, Maine on August 24. Following four performances there, No Plan B will be presented in Portland, Maine, at Thompson’s Point, with three performances beginning August 31. No Plan B will be held within a tent, which serves as a canvas for this cross genre collaboration, and enables the performances to be held rain or shine.
The innovative production’s mix of art and technology has been under development for over a year and was made possible by a research residency at the University of
Maine‘s Intermedia MFA program. This residency allowed Gene Felice, director of the CoAction at the University of Maine, and choreographer Alison Chase to collaborate in the creation of the light, immersive projections and surround sound for this piece. The original music for No Plan B is created by Franz Nicolay.
Tickets are $25 each and are available at alisonchase.org/noplanb and at the door. Ticket holders are encouraged to come early for a bite and a drink; the venues open at 6 p.m.; performances begin at 8 p.m.