World Premiere, “Song of the Bisti”

Bob Crain, cinematographer and Tom McVeety, composer will be available for a discussion session after the premiere. Be sure to download the flyer.  DOWNLOAD FLYER

The DynaTheater is a small IMAX (TM) type theater (screen 5 stories high) that seats 250 and has the usual killer sound system.

The museum will sell tickets only at the door, only on the day of the show, December 8, 2012, starting at 6:30 PM for a 7-10 PM evening), general admission only. You get access to the theater, a 16″ telescope and exhibits. There will be a cash bar, cash dessert table and complimentary snacks. This is “Adult Night,” so it is 18 years old minimum to get in.

The show will start at 8 PM .

There are two additional short pieces of electronic art and electric cello music.
“Nebulas” is based on the video effects art Bob did in the seventies and eighties.
Tom McVeety will perform a new composition live on the solid body electric cello he has been developing since the late seventies.

This is a benefit for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.