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Recent Infinite Monkeys shows:
1996 Fall Nebraska Electronic Music Festival
1996 Winter Nebraska Electronic Music Festival
1997 Spring Nebraska Electronic Music Festival
1997 Loose in the Park
1998 The Sound of Nothingness
2000 The Universe Next Door
2001 Live Noodle Monkeys
2001 Take Back the Park (MMMMind Races)
2002 Freaknik Fun
2002 MMMMind Races

We are seeking dancers to perform to live Infinite Monkeys music at the show. Every type and description of dance and dancers are welcome. This will be a rare opportunity for you to "do your thing". Total creative freedom! (Well, there actually are a couple of restrictions. See below.)

  1. You do not have to be totally silent, but you must not substantially interfere with the Infinite Monkeys music to the point where you drown it out. If your act makes that impossible, we can arrange to create a time during which you make all the racket you want.
  2. Your act must not violate any city, state, or federal laws. You ARE encouraged to violate any and all laws of physics.
  3. We will not tolerate any act that promotes intolerance, hatred, or violence.
  4. You do NOT have to be crazy...but it might help.
  5. You do NOT have to have fun at the show...but that is the whole idea.

Although the show will only be about 45 minutes long, it can be very hot and humid in Nebraska in July, a single performer would soon be battling heat exhaustion so we want as many performers as we can get to share the fun and keep things cool. We are very flexible and can accommodate any style of dance from avant-garde experimental to go go dancing or other performance art.

The Theremin is an electronic musical instrument invented by Leon Theremin in the 1920s (That's Leon and his Theremin pictured above).

The performer does not physically touch the Theremin to generate tones. As you move closer to the Theremin--the note rises in pitch. As you move away from the Theremin--the pitch of the note lowers. Music is created as you dance around the Theremin.

During the final song of the show, two Theremins will be placed on the stage for the performers to interact with.

Click here to learn more about the Theremin.

You may contact me anytime for more information about the show via email (preferred)
or by phone (402)489-6835. I will arrive at the Antelope Park Band Shell by 5:00 pm on the day of the show and you can talk to me then.

Types of performance art other than dance are welcome. Do you juggle, stand on your head, or eat fire?...Then do it at the show. Wear a cool costume, use odd props, pretend to be a's all good. Any type of performance art, or for that matter non-performance art is welcome. (You are responsible for figuring out how to perform non-performance art.)

Click here to listen to the Infinite Monkeys music

Music from The Universe Next Door--Find out why.
Dive into the private thoughts of primates! Bob Dzerk

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