Hollywood is currently banking big on 3-D technology as a draw for today’s audiences. But back in the 1970s disaster flicks such as Earthquake touted ridiculous gimmicks like Sensurround, which simply pimped out the theater with big speakers to shake the audience silly.
That’s where the folks at Fake Bacon went for the premise of their show Aftershock! An Event! Company member Scott Tobin reports that this story of a hotel erected on a known fault line was scripted from three afternoons of improv.
Sounds like the perfect Fringe combination of firm footing on shaky ground.
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