Comparative Arts takes the show on the road
Salar Ansari leads a tour of Detroit.
Salar Ansari and the comparative arts students visit the Underground Resistance recording studio.
Several concept sketches of Kenzoku.
On Nov. 3-4, comparative arts students traveled to Detroit, Michigan to present their first performances of Kenzoku.
The students gave two readings of the play — still a work-in-progress — at Luis Resto’s loft in Detroit’s historic Eastern Market. The students also had the opportunity to visit the Underground Resistance recording studio as a part of their study of the history of electronic music. The trip concluded with a visit to Flint, Michigan.
When the students returned from the trip, alumnus Don Dixon visited campus to teach animation and help develop the character of Kenzoku.