Saturday, February 19, 2011


Perf Productions seeks Costume Designer

Perf Productions is seeking a Costume Designer, for their original multimedia production, DEGENERATION X. Degeneration X uses live performance, film/video, graphic design, and music to chronicle the different pockets of one man's neurosystem through his journey with a rare syndrome which causes him to hallucinate. The aesthetics of this show are of utmost importance; you have lots of freedom to play and be creative. We are looking for designers to create strong visual concepts for each character.

We are also looking for crewmembers for this production.

If this sounds interesting to you, please join us at our Sneak Preview Event: a staged reading, trailer premiere, and sample of the visual footage, musical score and art gallery. There will be a meet & greet directly following with the cast and crew. Beer, wine, and h'ordeuvres will be provided. This is a promotional, networking opportunity for you and us, to see if it's a good fit. There is a suggested donation of $10 at the door.

The event takes place on Saturday, March 5th at 8pm. Limited seating, so invite is by RSVP only. Please RSVP with your name and any guests to: and we will promptly send you the invite with the location.

Story Synopsis:

Xavier is a struggling artist living in Brooklyn, but lately his struggles have reached far beyond his normal, daily routine. The life he lives is slowly becoming a life he doesn't recognize. With the arrival of his sister, an abrasive roommate, and a new, unconventional relationship, Xavier encounters a cast of characters who allow him a new way of perceiving the world. As Xavier drives through his condition, the audience takes front seat on a surreal and stimulating ride through the human mind. Degeneration X experiments with the light, the dark, the absurd, and the unexplainable aspects of the human condition.

We are a new production company with a contagiously positive energy ready to stand on our feet with this debut production. Seeking those interested in being part of innovative, ground-up works.

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