"Provocative and instructive, the event typified a new form that's linking the distant worlds of avant-garde clubhoppers and computer engineers: electronic vaudeville. "High Wire", which Petrakis directed, never made the mistake of treating the show like a lecture-demonstration rather than a work of theater. By putting five acts together on one fast-paced bill, it illustrated the simple principle on which the electronic vaudeville operates: Only those innovators who pay attention to the most basic "interface" of all-that between performer and audience-can make something with their techno-toys that warrants the label of art." (Scott Rosenberg, San Francisco Examiner)


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