Date & Time
June 15, 2013, 8pm–10:30pm
A Historic Home in Laurel Canyon

In Glass Bang, artist Asher Hartman’s new experimental musical play, a man becomes so alienated from himself that he is split in two beings, gradually becoming a deity whose creative and destructive impulses have a profound effect on his closest friends.

This two-hour live play takes place at a historic home in Laurel Canyon, where the dialogue unfolds around the viewers who become immersed in the action.

Written and directed by Asher Hartman with his company Gawdafful NationalTheater, the play features actor/artists Franc Baliton, Rochelle Fabb, Michael Morrissey, Paul Outlaw, Joe Seely, and the work of musical director Jasmine Orpilla.

Tickets go on sale to the public on Monday June 3rd.
Audience is limited to 20 per performance.
This play is not appropriate for children or teens.
The exact address will be provided in the ticket purchase confirmation.
Free valet parking provided.

Tickets can be purchased at the following links:

Friday, June 7th, 8pm – 10:30pm – Buy Tickets
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This event is part of The Machine Project Field Guide to L.A. Architecture.