In the smouldering promise of the fall of Troy, a mythical world of gods and mortals rises from the ashes.
As Greece teeters on the brink of victory, the neon backstreets of Downtown Troy give way to a sprawling labyrinth hiding secrets even the prophecies could not foretell.
In this colossal playground, the furies watch on as mortals play out their fate.
And as night falls, the city comes alive.
One last time.
I joined The Burnt City for three months from the end of its construction stage until the official opening of the show. Most of my responsibilities revolved around supporting rehearsals and creating show infrastructure though QLab programming and I very much enjoyed exploring and contributing to a project of this scale and magnitude.