Platform presents Eleven Months of Nuclear Summer
By Sophie McIntosh
"The staff are just starting to settle into their roles at Camp Aster when an unfortunately-timed nuclear apocalypse derails their summer plans and strands them in the Maine wilderness. As the months wear on and the hope of rescue grows slimmer, camp director Dawn and her team of young employees must fight for survival while navigating interpersonal relationships, decision-making responsibilities, and disaster after endless disaster."
Broadcast live from the Regis Philbin Studio Theater at the University of Notre Dame and produced in collaboration with the Notre Dame Film, Television, Theatre Department.
Your purchase comes with a private link to the recording of the broadcast of this fully-staged and realized performance. Watch it in real time like you're in the theater! (Livestreams will be available to watch after-the-fact for a week before being removed from YouTube)
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The performance includes adult themes/language including death and suicide- audience discretion is advised.
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You'll get: A link to view the livestreamed performance