Presented by Brian Feldman Projects (Washington, D.C., USA)
Premiere?: Not A Premiere
#txtshow (on the internet)” is a multiscreen performance featuring a mysterious character named txt who recites a script written anonymously, in real-time, by a live audience. This live, interactive performance takes place on Zoom.
Show Creator(s): Created and Performed by Brian Feldman, Written by the Audience
About the Performer(s):
Brian Feldman is an award-winning performance artist and actor. He lives in Washington, Douglass Commonwealth where, as the news website DCist noted, “In a city that has an advocacy group exploring how to ‘make D.C. weird’ – and is still struggling – Brian Feldman is a shining beacon of eccentricity.” His work has been featured on television, radio, in print, and online, earning critical comparisons to the likes of Marina Abramović, David Blaine, John Cage, Christo, Marcel Duchamp, Tehching Hsieh, and Andy Kaufman. Since August 2003, he has presented 400+ performances of 130+ projects at 175+ venues and festivals in cities worldwide via Brian Feldman Projects, one of the world’s premier presenters of experimental time-based art.
May 6, 2021, 8:30 p.m.
May 7, 2021, 9 p.m.
May 8, 2021, 9:15 p.m.
May 9, 2021, 5 p.m.
Streaming Type: Live
Only 22 tickets available per performance.
HOW TO WATCH THE SHOW:
Purchase using the artist’s direct ticketing site (linked below) to buy tickets, and the receipt will contain viewing information for the show. Please contact the artist, or us if you have trouble receiving the link.
Link to Buy Tickets, or Direct Link to Show:
Adelaide FringeVIEW (2020*), Asheville Fringe (2021*), Capital Fringe (2012, 2015), Charm City Fringe (2015^), Denver Fringe (2020*), FringeNYC (2003), FringePVD (2020*), Great Salt Lake Fringe (2020*), Greater Manchester Fringe (2020*), Melbourne Fringe (2020*), Minnesota Fringe (2020*), Orlando Fringe (1996, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011), Philadelphia Fringe (2015, 2020*), Rochester Fringe (2020*), Rogue Festival (2021*), St Lou Fringe (2020*), Watford Fringe (2020*), Whangārei Fringe (2020*)
^#txtshow (irl) *#txtshow (on the internet)
“A very entertaining show!” AMPlified Culture
“I found myself laughing louder than ever at this performance!” Analog Artist Digital World
“Creative and engaging!” Asheville Stages
“Quirky! Entertaining!” Australian Arts Review, AU
“Very funny!” BroadwayWorld
“An experience unlike anything in live theater!” DC Metro Theater Arts
“Pretty amazing!” Eventalaide, AU
“Such an intriguing and innovative concept!” The Greater Manchester Reviewer, UK
“This is a work of experimental theater, and I daresay it’s the best!” Hi! Drama
“Fascinating to watch... I found myself giddy!” Immersed
“Stellar performance!” Ink 19
“It’s eclectic and strange and heaps of fun!” Keith Gow Review, AU
“Appropriately silly!” LouReviews, UK
“Strangely mesmerizing... My top pick!” The Munro Review
“Inherently intriguing! Fascinating!” No Proscenium
“Fun and engaging!” Play off the Page
“Just fascinating! Dazzling and nimble performance work!” Single White Fringe Geek
“It’s all very postmodern! It’s all very fun!” Thinking Theater NYC
“An interactive beauty!” Utah Theatre Bloggers Association
“Hilarant! Nos expériences immersives préférées de 2020!” UXmmersive, FR
“A golden case study for modern communication scholars!” Washington City Paper
“Easily the most unusual theatrical experience I’ve enjoyed all year!” Watford Fringe Reviews, UK
“Magic!” What Did She Think?, AU
“Uses the medium and audience participation at a level that is almost seamless!” The Young-Howze Theater Journal
“Unusual! Resists traditional criticism!” DC Theatre Scene