Terminal hip: ADHD is a TDM/History and Literature senior thesis production presented by Julius Wade in the Harvard Art Museums' Naumburg Room.
The one-man performance explores the history of the USA//conceptions of the American Dream through the medium of Mac Wellman's American language play and in the context of the historic American art collections at the Harvard Art Museums.
The experience is presented within an immersive audiovisual landscape (using projection and a binaurally recorded 3D headphone-audio track).
Friday, February 7th at 7PM
Saturday, February 8th at 12PM
Saturday, February 8th at 3PM
The performance will take place at the Harvard Art Museums. Free admission, but space is limited, and registration is required here.
Please enter the Harvard Art Museums via the Broadway entrance. Check-in will take place on the Lower Level of the Harvard Art Museums beginning 30 minutes before the performance. Please plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before showtime. Latecomers will not be seated.
No food, drink, large bags, or flash photography allowed.
The Harvard Art Museums’ Naumburg Room is wheelchair accessible. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact the Harvard Art Museums at 617-495-9400 in advance of the performance.