The Infinite Hotel
A New Music-theatre Experience
Rock music and Rube Goldberg collide in a strikingly inventive new music-theatre experience. The Infinite Hotel invites live audiences to step inside an elaborate movie-making machine, producing a singular film together every night. Refreshingly honest, the film’s narrative follows five strangers unknowingly writing music together over space and time, uncovering themes of human interrelatedness, creativity, and artistic visibility in a profoundly technological culture.
Featuring songs by Amanda Palmer (Dresden Dolls), Jason Webley, Leah Siegel (Leisure Cruise/Firehorse); rock concert moments by The Windmill Factory (NIN, Metric); and a powerhouse cast.
Co-Produced with the Prototype Festival.
For more information and to book tickets, visit the Prototype Festival’s website.BUY TICKETS
January 5 & 12 at 5PM and 9PM | January 7-11 at 7:30PM
What they Say
“[Michael Joseph McQuilken] sets a new standard in the creation of live theater.”Philly Voice
“A stunning, soulful hybrid theater musical/concert/film…”Philadelphia Weekly
“Leah Siegel is mesmerizing and electrifying…”Broad Street Review
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- 12.31.16- Jeff Lunden’s report on NPR
- 10.2.16 – Newsday review
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- 1.26.2016 – BRIC/BK Live video on To Protect, Serve, and Understand Project
- 12.1.2015 – DNAinfo.com Improving Police-Community Relations Once Improv at a Time