A new indie-pop music theatre adaptation of the ancient myth
Monday, June 8 & 9 at 7:30pm
If you could have anything in the world, what would you ask for? Salome is a new indie-pop theatrical piece centered around the mythological girl who, when given the choice of anything, asked for the severed head of John the Baptist. Meet Salome, a young princess trapped in a world where she is treated as an object. Torn between devotion to her mother and the new, mysterious voice of a prophet who calls for the coming of a new world, Salome is determined to claim autonomy over her own story and body. But she soon learns what sacrifices autonomy requires and finds herself drawn into a dangerous dance that will change the course of history. Part theatre, part fashion show, part art installation, and part pop concert, Salome is a young woman’s journey to her unexpected heart’s desire. Be among the first to see this new work in process as we open up our rehearsal studio and share Act 1 of this radical new retelling.
Running Time: 75 minutes
A limited number of $10 tickets are made available for all Noise Now events and are released at 10am ten days prior to each event. To purchase a $10 ticket, simply visit our website at 10am on the ticket release date and select the $10 ticket option. If $10 tickets are not visible online, then all available tickets have already been claimed.
For both performances of Salome, these tickets will be made available at 10:00am on Friday, May 29.
A limited number of complimentary tickets are held for all Noise Now events. Please contact Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx, Director of Cultural Programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability for this event.