An Aurora Theatre Streaming Event
2 the Left: A Tribute to the Life of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes
Oct 23, 2020-Nov 08, 2020
Written and performed by Kerisse Hutchinson
An inspiring music-filled, multimedia experience chronicling the life and spiritual journey of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, controversial member of the 90s pop music phenomenon, TLC. This play with music focuses on a young woman of color and the challenges that she encounters as she embarks on a journey to find her artistic voice and purpose. 2 The Left allows the audience to take a glimpse at the woman behind the legend and discover how her path might mirror our own.
2 The Left: A Tribute to Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes was originally developed by Synchronicity Theatre’s Stripped Bare Series.
Cost: from $30 (non-members)/1 credit (members)
Approximate Running Time: 1 hour 47 minutes
Our Stage On Screen brings the theatre to you!
The quality and excellence that Aurora Theatre brings to live performances are coming to your home screen. We created a sound stage in our Studio theatre by removing all of the seating. We assembled the actors, musicians, a director and a small film crew, safely distanced and with health precautions. The filmed performance will then be available for your enjoyment at the time of your choosing.
Like theatre tickets, your purchase is valid for one viewing. Unlike live performances, you don’t need to buy tickets for everyone or worry about getting bad seats. It’s your house so you get the best seats every time. You schedule the best time for you within the streaming window for your very own private screening of 2 the Left.
2 The Left: A Conversation About Music, Mindfulness and Mental Health
November 6 at 7pm
Join writer and performer Kerisse Hutchinson and a special panel of guests as they discuss the life and legacy of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.
Is this an in-person performance at Aurora Theatre?
No. 2 the Left is a virtual streaming performance which will be released on October 23 and available to view until November 1.
When will I get my link?
On the evening of October 23, we will send personal links to everyone who has purchased advance access to the show.
After October 23, purchases made before 4pm will receive links the same day at 5pm. Purchases made after 4pm will receive links the next business day at 12pm.
Is there a time limit on my link?
Your personalized link can be redeemed at any time during the streaming window. Once you have redeemed your code in your Vimeo application, the video will be available to you for 72 hours. All links will expire on 11:59pm November 1.
Insider tip: save your email with your personalized link and redeem only when you are ready to watch!
Can I start watching on one device and switch to another?
We are using Vimeo as our video hosting site. As long as you can access your Vimeo account, you can watch the show on any streaming capable device.
I’m a season subscriber and my subscription was converted to a membership, is this included?
It is. Your credits (8 for regular memberships and 10 for Star Pass members) are redeemable for access to limited streaming of 2 the Left.
How do I redeem my membership credits?
Click on FOR MEMBERS. This will take you to the Subscriber Portal and a form to fill out. Our Box Office will contact you when the streaming link is available to complete your order.
I am going to watch this with my family of 5, do we need tickets or credits for each of us?
No, with Aurora Theatre’s Our Stage On Screen productions, you only pay for the number of devices you’d like to stream on at the same time. 1 play on 1 device = $30 (or 1 member voucher).
Can I watch it on my Smart TV?
We are working on making the content available through Roku or Amazon Fire for you to easily enjoy on your television.
Aurora Theatre is proud to partner with Synchronicity Theatre and offer access to 2 the Left: A Tribute to Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes to participants of Synchronicity’s Playmaking for Girls.
Playmaking for Girls (PFG) is an innovative theatre outreach program that aims to empower “with-hope” teen girls in the Atlanta-area. Many participants have been touched by the Department of Juvenile Justice system, and are living in group homes as wards of the state. Others have recently come to the United States as refugees from all over the world, and are acclimating to a new country and language. These young ladies come together as playwrights and actors, and through theatre, are empowered to “find their voices” and “speak their stories.”
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