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Delusion

Written and performed by Laurie Anderson

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At the heart of Delusion, an evening of Laurie Anderson's personal meditations on life, language, memory and identity, is the belief that words and stories can create the world, as well as make it disappear. Even if you've had the chance to see Anderson in concert or on screen, her full-scale, live performance art will sweep you away in a stunning collage of visual imagery, electronic soundscape and spoken vignette—the poetic language that has become Laurie Anderson's trademark.

“Lingers with you, long after the event, like a powerful dream."
The Financial Times, London

About Laurie Anderson
Thirty years after her breakthrough single “O Superman,” writer, director, visual artist and vocalist Laurie Anderson is best known for her multimedia presentations and innovative use of technology. In 2007 she received the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize for her outstanding contribution to the arts.

Delusion
was commissioned by VANCOUVER 2010 CULTURAL OLYMPIAD, Vancouver and BARBICANBITE10, London.

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DELUSION

The pioneering new work of a performance art legend

1 week only!

SEP 27 - OCT 2

Paramount Mainstage

Box Office: 617.824.8400

Sat. Oct. 1 8PM
Sun. Oct. 2 2PM

 


Series:

Legends

Ages:

12+

Running Time:

90 minutes with no intermission

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