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Hydrogen Jukebox 

When: Nov. 5-8 2015
Phone: 454-2100
Price: $20
eastmantheatre.org
Setting the counterculture poems of Allen Ginsberg to the repetitive structures of Philip Glass’s music, Hydrogen Jukebox challenges the audience to think about militarism, governmental and institutional corruption, the sexual revolution, religion, drugs, industrial damage to people’s psyches and the environment, and other social and political issues. The work doesn’t have a traditional story line, but unfolds as a type of journey across several decades and across America.

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