DINO-LIGHT Set To Delight Klamath Falls For A Day At Ross Ragland Theatre

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Internationally recognized Lightwire Theatre Lightwire Theatre- a semi-finalist on season 7 of “America’s Got Talent,” is bringing their futuristic meets prehistoric production, DINO-LIGHT, to the Ross Ragland Theatre in Klamath Falls for one day only on April 4.

Ian Carney, Artistic Director for Lightwire Theater, confirmed that they use a phosphorus-based technology called electroluminescent wire, called EL wire or L wire for short. They create a copper wire with phosphorus sprayed on and coated with gel PVC coating, producing a myriad of colors.  Household items are used to create durable and pliable sculptures, designed to withstand the movement of their dancers.


What Is DINO-LIGHT About

A glow-in-the-dark story of dinosaurs in an adventure of self-discovery, the show blends dance and puppetry, with some pretty cool light displays. Loved by audiences around the globe, the magic of dinosaurs, using the wonder of science, sets out on a journey to discover the meaning of love.

Bringing a friendly dinosaur to life with his magical powers, a famous scientist discovers that his new prehistoric pal is wandering away from home. The journey unfolds with a wonder world of creatures that light up the darkness to illuminate the way to love. The visually stunning glow-in-the-dark adventure, been praised for its cutting-edge technology, is the first feature-length theatrical production created and performed by Lightwire Theater.


Klamath Falls DINO-Light Details

The recipient of the prestigious Jim Henson Foundation Grant, DINO-LIGHT is brought to Klamath Falls by Lightwire Theater on April 4. The show starts at 6:00 pm and as the lights dim, theatre-goers will see the stage come alive with dazzling colors in a captivating display. Buy tickets at the Ross Ragland Theater website to make memories with this charming story.

Tickets are available online directly from the Ross Ragland Theater.

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