THE YEAR IS 2046
You have received the opportunity to experience a night of organic dreams.
Congratulations! All rights reserved.
Single tickets are available today for Nordo’s most extravagant and subversive production yet: ONĒRUS™
Join us in a world where corporations have dominated congress and Cascadia is the center of a tech hub where citizens are connected to the Cloud 24/7 through a Sync-Disc implant. An unfortunate side-effect is the inability to dream.
Enter Onērus™, a company that has developed a machine to extract organic dreams from members of society deemed “Deviant” for their resistance to the Sync-Disc technology. Of course, this dream extraction does no harm to the Deviant and only results in furthering society for the greater good. Despite rumors to the contrary, Onērus™ clients have absolutely no reason for concern.
Led by Nordo co-artistic directors Erin Brindley and Terry Podgorski, you will experience what dreams taste like, how they sound (via an original score by Annastasia Workman) and how humanity can possibly break free from this eerily familiar dystopia.
The cast features the talents of José Amador, Madison Jade Jones, Opal Peachey, Richard Nguyen Sloniker, Heather Refvem, Sharon Barto Gouran, Devin Bannon and Evan Mosher.
Onērus™ will open for business on Thursday, September 21st at 8pm. We encourage you to make sure your credit accounts are clear and reserve your seat for the Sci-Fi Dinner Theater spectacular you’ve only dreamed about.
P.S. We’re here from the future to educate you – our loyal followers – on the pronounciation of our futuristic new show. All together now!
SEPTEMBER 21 – NOVEMBER 19, 2016
Cafe Nordo’s Culinarium
109 South Main Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Praise for ONĒRUS™!
“Heather Refvem’s CFO Dement is wealthy and, well, demented. And it’s great.” Orwellian ONERUS Sets New Standard for Sci-Fi Dinner Theatre at Cafe Nordo (Amelia Reynolds, Broadway World Seattle)
“Onerus Sci-Fi Theatre Cautions a Tech Centric Future” (Becs Richards, Seattle Weekly)
“All Thoughts Are Our Thoughts” at Cafe Nordo (Ronald Holden, Cornichon)