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The Lathe of Heaven

A project in New York, NY by Edward Einhorn

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Authorized multimedia stage adaptation of Ursula Le Guin's sci fi classic, to play Off-Broadway in New York
Backers: 82
Average Pledge Per Backer: $101

Funded: $8,272 of $7,000
Dates: May 10th -> May 31st (22 days)
Project By: Edward Einhorn
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Latest News

Two weeks to go! And some nice quotes...

June 18th - via:
We've been going strong for two weeks, and have only two weeks left.  If you haven't had a chance to make your reservations, please do.  For those who have filled out the questionaire, I've had some questions about whether your reservations are... (Read More)

Tonight on WBAI: 3 hours on Lathe, theater, and Le Guin

May 29th - via:
Tonight: A three hour interview with adaptor/director Edward Einhorn on WBAI radio, from midnight to 3am, on Jim Freund's Hour of the Wolf. The topic: The Lathe of Heaven and all things Le Guin, sci fi, and theater. Including a lot of never before... (Read More)

Thank you!

May 29th - via:
We are funded!  Thank you all for your contributions, and I'm excited to seeing all of you who are attending the show. There are still 54 hours to go, and we definitely can use all the funding we get, so the quest will go on.  But I am very happy... (Read More)

$6,666! $334 away...

May 25th - via:
We are at $6,666, a very cool number, and oh so close.  Spread the word now and help put us over the top! For your enjoyment, another rehearsal photo...notice the projection in back, as we start to incorporate video...  (Read More)

The Tao of adaptation

May 23rd - via:
What is the essence of The Lathe of Heaven?  This is my third stage adaptation of a science fiction novel, and I have adapted and translated numerous other works (I connect the two, in my own work, for all of my translations have been adaptations of... (Read More)

Rehearsing, filming, and music

May 21st - via:
First of all, thank you so much to all of you who have contributed so far.  We are well on our way, but still have nearly $3,000 to go.  Any word spreading is definitely appreciated! Also, for those of you who have chosen the tickets reward:  Once... (Read More)

Meeting with Ursula Le Guin

May 15th - via:
One of my favorite peculiar benefits of working in theater is that I have had the opportunity to work with artists I have admired from afar.  Ursula K. Le Guin is an author I admired even as a child, for I began reading her Earthsea trilogy (it was... (Read More)

Rehearsals have begun

May 14th - via:
One of the amazing things about working at 3LD Art + Technology Center is the ability to rehearse in the space.  So this last week involved loading in the basic set and then beginning blocking rehearsal on the partially created set!  Really a... (Read More)

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