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Cube-ism

Feel like you’ve been trapped in a box since March?

You’re not alone.

But right now you can isolate yourself in a box of sorts on purpose in an immersive experience called The Cube: An Interactive Experience For The Socially Distanced Era.

Designed to be experienced alone or with up to two guests from your COVID bubble, the show has been designed specifically to minimize the risk of exposure to those outside your household.

It’s a fantastic way to take a deep dive into your feelings right now.

Take a look at what you’ll experience:

The Cube: An Interactive Experience For The Socially Distanced Era represents a unique collaboration between artists Emily Bernet, Ruben Carrazana, Aaron Johansen, Jeffery Bryant Moffitt, and Nigel Newton, based on a concept by Ruben Carrazana and Jeffery Bryant Moffitt.

Because of the limit of three seats per 30-minute performance, tickets are selling quickly. So if you wish to experience The Cube for yourself, you better get to clicking.

Then get ready to think inside the box for a change.

The Cube: An Interactive Experience For The Socially Distanced Era
Tickets: $20 per person
Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak Street, Dallas
the-cube.ticketleap.com

Photo credit: Evan Michael Woods