In A 'Continuous City,' A Meditation On Connection A new theatrical production ponders how technologies designed to bring us closer can create greater distances between us.
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In A 'Continuous City,' A Meditation On Connection

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In A 'Continuous City,' A Meditation On Connection

In A 'Continuous City,' A Meditation On Connection

In A 'Continuous City,' A Meditation On Connection

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Faraway, so close: Mike (Harry Sinclair, top, on video screen) checks in with his daughter Sam (Olivia Timothee, on bed). Eamon Lochte-Phelps/Builders Association hide caption

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Faraway, so close: Harry Sinclair (as Mike, on video screen at top right) with Rizwan Mirza as J.V. and Olivia Timothee (on bed) as Mike's daughter Sam.

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More 'City' Scenes

From Minnesota Public Radio, a story and slideshow on the show's Minneapolis staging.

Take the Stage Yourself

You can be part of 'Continuous City' — just shoot and upload a short video, and it may get incorporated into the show one evening.

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