Symphony to a Lost Generation was the worlds first fully holographic theatre show. Involving 250 actors and dancers and a 140- piece orchestra this production was a moving depiction of the human tragedy of the First World War. With 85 minute of holographic content this was one monumental production. The experience of seeing this production was described by one prominent critic as being "filled with the awe and wonder experienced by the earliest cinema audiences."
Symphony to a Lost Generation
The world’s first fully holographic dramatic work, fusing a new symphony with ballet, butoh, drama and visual effects. A non-narrative experience of the horror of the First World War, and the continuance of its scarring on the present day world.