Tonight Bushwick artists will take the Annex Theater stage and perform songs inspired by Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven. The book takes place in a post-apocalyptic America. The subject matter started me thinking about what I would do when shit goes down. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that I would not survive to see The Traveling Symphony. I’m not well stocked. There aren’t gallons of water stored in a special survival closet. I don’t have any weapons. I don’t even have cigarettes to use for currency. Do other people know what to do in the face of the end of society as we know it? I checked in with tonight’s artists to find out and asked, “What’s your apocalypse survival plan? How do you plan to start a new life that includes your art after life as we know it ends?” Here is what they have to say.
Archive for month: May, 2017
Coming up this week is our next event Music Inspired by Emily St. John Mandel’s Station 11. The book is a fascinating story on what artists do to make a new and meaningful life after the collapse of our society. I am enamored with it and took to the Internet to find out more about the book itself and its author. Let’s take a look: