The Blue Door to Premiere ‘Point of Extinction’

This awe-inspiring, world premiere production starring Theatre by the Blind actors doing the improbable with great skill and gifted musicians with autism from Rex & Friends, featuring illusions created by Magic Castle magician Dominik Krzanowski, challenges conventional expectations about the capabilities of individuals who live without sight, struggle with movement, or have difficulty understanding the complexities of social interactions.

‘Point of Extinction’ takes place 100 years in the future after a super volcano has destroyed more than a third of Earth’s population, with the fallout rendering many of the survivors disabled. In the United States of America, the new government tries to rebuild while resources are running low for the entire population, with the entire world quickly reaching the breaking point. When President Geneva Winters proposes a law forcing the disabled to take an experimental serum she claims will cure them, the suspicious opposition begins to question whether her intentions are pure or sinister. Will they be able to organize in time to save many innocent lives, proving it’s never too late in life to do the right thing?

The Blue Door is located at 9617 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232. Limited metered street parking is available in the area with two Culver City parking lots within walking distance at 3846 Cardiff Ave. and 3844 Watseka Ave.

Friday, June 21 through Sunday, July 7, 2019 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm. (No performance on Saturday, June 29. General admission tickets are $20, or $15 for seniors, veterans, and the disabled, and may be purchased in advance at or beginning one hour prior to each performance at The Blue Door box office, contingent on available seats. The show’s run time is approximately two hours with one 15-minute intermission.

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