Tickets for Euphorie at EMPAC (cancelled)

Update at 3:25 pm!!! We just heard from EMPAC that the performance has been cancelled.
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EMPAC has an interesting show lined up for Thursday: Euphorie. From the blurbage:

The project Euphorie was born from the desire to develop a project based on interactions between video, sound, movement and accidents of life as a 40-minute theatrical performance driven by low-tech tools.

Really, just watch the video the above. That's probably all you need to know. Euphorie is the work by two artists who work under the name 1024 architecture.

AOA has two tickets for the performance and we'd like to give them away -- maybe to you. To enter, just submit a comment answering this question:

What's bright?

We'll draw one winner at random from the comments.

The performance of Euphorie is Thursday at 8 pm at EMPAC. Tickets are $15.

(By the way: we mentioned this show in our "week ahead" post on Sunday. Just a heads-up if you haven't been scanning those.)

Important: All comments must be submitted by 10 am on Thursday (May 5, 2011) to be entered in the drawing. One entry per person, please. You must enter a valid email address (that you check regularly) with your comment. The winner will be notified via email by noon on Thursday and must respond no later than 5 pm that day.

Comments

The sun, when we're lucky enough to see it (not today).

the light.

annoying head lights on SUV's in my rear view mirror

General Electric.. for working around paying taxes..

Me!! ;)

Is it still cancelled?

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