Dance band creates Tron experience

A full-scale, dance-able theatrical experience and light show by techno band Top Men is slated for Nanaimo Centre Stage Friday

A full-scale, dance-able theatrical experience and light show by techno band Top Men is slated for Nanaimo Centre Stage Friday (Nov. 4).

It’s basically the movie Tron, but on stage with musicians, neon lights and black light.

The People of the Grid are enslaved by the tyrannical Master Control Program, and the revolution needs every able bodied program to join in the fight. Top Men present the latest chapter in the ever unfolding epic that is their lives.

Enter the Digital Frontier that will reshape the Human Condition and help save it from oppression.

Top Men recently performed at Nanaimo’s Fringetastic Theatre Festival in September.

Opening the show are Gold and Shadow, followed by DJ T. I. Am hosting an after-show dance party.

The show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets $8/advance at Lucid and Fascinating Rhythm; $10/door.

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