Live Live Cinema: Dementia 13

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Riverside Theatres presents Jumpboard Productions

Live Live Cinema: Dementia 13


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

12 March 2015

Presented by arrangement with Arts Projects Australia with support from Creative New Zealand’s Touring Australia Initative

GRIPPING
HUMOROUS
SPINE-TINGLING
ENTERTAINING

directorspickpurpleA cinematic happening unlike anything you will have experienced before. 

Legendary film director Francis Ford Coppola’s Dementia 13 will be reinterpreted live on stage in a unique and vibrant “live live” cinematic experience.

Rather than simply having an ensemble perform a new score to a silent film, all the audio is produced live.

  • All music is performed live by a specially created ensemble
  • All dialogue is performed live by a group of actors playing multiple roles
  • All sound effects are created live by a Foley artist, using a combination of mechanical and digital sound design

The result is an immersive audio/visual environment, an integrated conversation between cinema, theatre, music and sound design. 

Dementia 13 is a gem of the gothic horror genre. It follows an eccentric Irish family bickering over a vast inheritance in a lonely mansion whilst a mysterious axe murderer picks them off one by one. The film highlights Coppola’s clever editing skills and obvious flair for composition.

This cinematic experience is part of a two night series. Live Live Cinema will also be presenting Carnival of Souls on Friday 13 March at 8pm. Book now and become part of the experience!

Exhilarating” NZ Herald
Totally engaging and entertaining” The National Business Review

Dates & Times:
Thursday 12 March 8pm

Tickets:
To receive a season package, simply complete the booking form on page 39 of our 2015 Season Brochure, or click here to download and print a copy. To request a 2015 Season Brochure please call Box Office on 8839 3399 or email boxoffice_riverside@parracity.nsw.gov.au

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VIDEO

AUDIO

CAST

Actors
Fern Sutherland
Cameron Rhodes
Dan Musgrove
Micheala Rooney

Musicians

Drums
Tom Broome

Cello
Claire Cowan

Violin
Alex Taylor

Guitar/Vocals
Abraham (Abe) Kunin

Viola
Jonathan Burgess

Double Bass/Electric Bass
Alexander MacDonald

CREATIVES

Creator/Composer/Keyboards
Leon Radojkovic

Director
Oliver Driver

Producer/Production Manager
Phil Evans

Audio Engineer
Emily Hakaraia

Foley Artist/Sound Designer
Gareth Van Niekerk

Lighting Designer
Sean Lynch

Original Set Design Concept
Jess Verrijt

Costume Designer
Sarah Taylor

Relighting/Operations
David Seaton

Produced by Jumpboard Productions – jumpboard.co.nz 

Live Live Cinema: Dementia 13 is funded by Creative New Zealand

Photos

Ticket Options

Season Package Adult $36
Season package Concession $31
Season Package 30 & Under $22
Sidekicks Adult $36
Sidekicks Concession $31
Sidekicks 30 & Under $22
Season Guest Adult $37
Season Guest Concession $32
Single Tickets Adult $42
Single Tickets Concession $37
Single Tickets 30 & Under $28
School Students $25
Group 10+ $37
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

1 hour 30 minutes (No interval)


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