New Adaptation Reboots Radio Theater
A Collective Artists will perform the premiere of “War of the Worlds: Mosaic,” a sonic storytelling adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel on October 26 at 8 p.m. at the Tusten Theatre in Narrowsburg, NY. The play was written by A Collective Artists Playwright in Residence Chris Booth based on the classic novel and will be performed in a style that brings classic radio theater into the modern age.
“Great theater is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to dream about a world we aspire to.”
~ Willem DaFoe ~
War of the Worlds: Mosaic is the first production by A Collective Artists, which was founded in 2019 by a group of Atlantic Acting School Evening Conservatory alumni as well as other New York City based actors with the goal of creating theater that is accessible for audiences as well as producing content that is reflective of the modern world in terms of casting and content.
Our Production Crew
War Of The Worlds: Mosaic was written by Chris Booth, executive producer Christina Bottley, lighting design by Allyson Musmeci, foley artist Justin Geyer, audio engineering and original music composed by Matthew Cox, stage management by Kaelin Elizabeth Fuld and technical direction by Franco Bottley.
A Collective Artists – The Enlightening Power of Theater
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