Futurity

Futurity

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“How refreshing to meet a musical that has too much on its mind, rather than too little. A show that name-checks Socrates, Copernicus, Pythagoras, Mary Shelley, and Abraham Lincoln—all in one song, ye —can only help advance an art form that often seems unable to imagine itself a new future.”—The New York Times

Futurity commands you to drop your arms and raise your hands. A celebration of music’s transcendent powers. Don’t worry about why you’re getting uplifted, just surrender.”—Village Voice

A new age blend of American history, science fiction, and alternative indie folk rock, Futurity is a mind-bending, form-defying new musical that follows the real-life nineteenth century British mathematician Ada Lovelace as she and a fictional Union soldier, Julian Munro, team up to create a machine that will change the course of history and the dismal outlook of their century’s struggles. The play asks broad and probing questions about the nature of the human mind and the construction of morality, all woven inside fast-rhyming lyrics set to Americana Roots music.

César Alvarez is a Drama Desk-nominated composer, lyricist, performer and writer. His band, The Lisps, has released four albums and played hundreds of shows around the country since 2005. He is co-founder and resident composer of the Los Angeles–based dance theater company Contra-Tiempo. He has presented work at Lincoln Center, Dixon Place, Joe’s Pub, HERE, La MaMa, Dance New Amsterdam, Ars Nova, Walker Art Center, Ford Amphitheater, and CounterPulse, among others.

The Lisps formed in the South Bronx in 2005 as a collaboration between composer César Alvarez and actress/singer Sammy Tunis. Percussionist and kinetic sculptor Eric Farber joined in 2007. They created music for The Foundry Theatre’s Drama Desk-nominated Good Person of Szechwan, and their music was featured in the 2015 documentary A Woman Like Me.



“How refreshing to meet a musical that has too much on its mind, rather than too little. A show that name-checks Socrates, Copernicus, Pythagoras, Mary Shelley and Abraham Lincoln — all in one song, yet — can only help advance an art form that often seems unable to imagine itself a new future.” — The New York Times

Futurity commands you to drop your arms and raise your hands. A celebration of music’s transcendent powers. Don’t worry about why you’re getting uplifted, just surrender.” — The Village Voice

“How refreshing to meet a musical that has too much on its mind, rather than too little. A show that name-checks Socrates, Copernicus, Pythagoras, Mary Shelley and Abraham Lincoln ― all in one song, yet ― can only help advance an art form that often seems unable to imagine itself a new future.” ― The New York Times

Futurity commands you to drop your arms and raise your hands. A celebration of music’s transcendent powers. Don’t worry about why you’re getting uplifted, just surrender.” ― The Village Voice


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