Friday, October 5, 2018
The End of TV is a theatrical meditation on late 20th century advertising and television culture and the American imagination pre-internet. The show is driven by a sweeping chamber art pop song cycle performed live by a five-piece band.
Set in a post-industrial Rust Belt city in the 1990s and told through a collection of original 70’s R&B-inspired art pop songs, The End of TV explores the quest to find meaning amongst the increasingly constant barrage of commercial images and advertising white-noise.
For more information, visit The O'Shaughnessy Presents: Manual Cinema: “The End of TV” page.
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