Miami Light Project Presents

Thaddeus Phillips

Inflatable Space

June 7 – 8, 2019
Friday – Saturday at 8:00PM

The Colony Theatre | 1040 Lincoln Road | Miami Beach

A visually stunning theatrical odyssey exploring space, time and our human condition, from internationally acclaimed theatre artist, Thaddeus Phillips. In 1977, the Golden Record was launched on the Voyager probe in the hope of being discovered by alien life and showing them a visual and audible glimpse into life on Earth. Inflatable Space explores the impact of this – two NASA technicians of the Voyager satellite get lost in a universe of inflatables, vacuum cleaners, miniatures and microphones in this cinematic adventure. A playful and profound look at our culture, our dreams, our past, present and future.



Thaddeus Phillips is a theater director, stage designer and Film/TV actor originally from Denver, Colorado who creates visually stunning and inventive theater that crosses stylistic boundaries and embraces a wide variety of themes. He directs using stage design as a major too to devise ever shifting scenes and cinematic images that remain purely theatrical. Directed works and creations include: Red-eye to Havre De Grace, and action-opera about the last days of E. A. Poe in collaboration with the Minneapolis-based The Wilhelm Bros & Co.; CAPSULE 33, about a Serbian astrophysicist living in the doomed Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, which was presented Off-Broadway at the Barrow Street Theater in the fall of 2010; and El Conquistador! Which was presented Off-Broadway at NYTW and toured the US, Europe and 11 cities in Spain. For his performance as Polonio in El Conquistador!, he was nominated for a Drama League Award and a Lucille Lortel Award, and a Hewes Award.