SLIPPAGE: PERFORMANCE|CULTURE|TECHNOLOGY, was founded by MIT Professor of Music and Theater Arts Thomas F. DeFrantz in 2003. The interdisciplinary group explores connections between performance and emergent technology in the service of theatrical storytelling. SLIPPAGE has received Creation and Touring funding from the National Performance Network and the MIT School of the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Dean’s Fund. SLIPPAGE projects have been performed in Denmark, Peru, Cuba, Italy, France, South Africa, Botswana, and many venues in the United States. Its projects include Ennobling Nonna, Queer Theory! An Academic Travesty, Monk’s Mood: A Performance Meditation on the Life and Music of Thelonious Monk, The House Music Project, Cane, and Theory-ography. For more info click the slipping p above.