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Roses of the Rubble – TXI Showcase
May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm CDT
One event on May 14, 2022 at 7:00 pm
About this event
An alternate reality of present-day Austin is ruled by Nox Corp., a tech giant specializing in surveillance technology. Under its ever-watchful eye, the citizens toil away to mine a mineral-turned-invaluable-energy source: Valens.
Hidden in an abandoned Valens extraction site is Trixi’s Quarter, a speakeasy housing the fledgling rebellion against Nox. The head and the heart of the rebellion—Damon and Trixi—invite YOU to join forces and help them assemble the core of their greatest weapon: an automaton named BEN-i infused with a virus to destroy Nox’s surveillance system once and for all.
Sponsored by ZEPETO in partnership with the University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Immersive Institute (TXI), the graduating class of TXI and Director, Professor Erin Reilly combine live theater, escape room puzzle mechanics, and immersive technology to produce a one-of-a-kind showcase running for TWO NIGHTS ONLY at dadaLab in East Austin!
May 13–14, 2022
$15 per ticket (Through April 28, 2022)
$25 per ticket (As of April 29, 2022)
No Tickets at the Door.
Please RSVP by May 6, 2022.
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The experience may include flashing lights; please exercise caution if you are sensitive to flashing lights or prone to epilepsy.
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