The LIDA Project was named for a Soviet device that was supposedly capable of manipulating human brain-waves through the use of low-frequency radio, and for nearly two decades, this innovative theater company has offered productions that often incorporate technology in unusual ways. It latest effort is a modernized version of Eugene O'Neill's expressionist play The Hairy Ape, re-imagined as a one-man show; it opens tonight.
The LIDA Project Lorenzo Sariñana plays "Yank" in LIDA's production of Eugene O'Neill's The Hairy Ape.
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