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600 HIGHWAYMEN | A Thousand Ways (Part One): A Phone Call

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Registration for this event will be available starting on February 8, 2021. Sign up for alerts about this performance here.

Suggested ticket donation is $15. Tickets available starting at $0. 

600 HIGHWAYMEN is returning to Carolina Performing Arts with an enthralling, imaginative, and profound social experience that delivers us from isolation to congregation. Join us for the first installment of a performance in three phases about communion, distance, and reconnection from one of the world’s most acclaimed theater companies.

In this time, when we’re accustomed to division and isolation is required, A Thousand Ways offers a chance to experience new ways of coming together. This quietly radical experiment takes place over several months, with each distinct installment presenting a new chance at making simple contact with a stranger.

In A Thousand Ways (Part One): A Phone Call, you and another audience member—strangers to one another—take a journey together without ever leaving your homes. Guided by the recorded voice of a narrator over the phone, you’ll follow a set of conversational directives over the course of an hour, forming a unique collaboration in which you’re both the lead character of your own story and the supporting player in someone else’s.

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