Riel Theatre presents: The Time Machine pt 1 of 2

In the 1990s Leonard Nimoy and John de Lan­cie col­lab­o­rat­ed on a series of audio dra­mas of 19th cen­tu­ry SF. Today Riel The­atre presents part one of their ren­di­tion of H. G. Wells’ The Time Machine.

Based on the orig­i­nal nov­el, the sto­ry fol­lows an Eng­lish sci­en­tist in 1895, known only as “The Time Trav­el­er”, who enter­tains a friend at a din­ner par­ty with tales of how he has bro­ken the “fourth dimen­sion” to tra­verse into the future. He has invent­ed a machine that enables him to trav­el through time; opti­mistic about encoun­ter­ing a high­ly advanced world, he leaps 802,000 years in the future. Instead, he is hor­ri­fied to dis­cov­er that the human race has split into two war­ring sub­species with night­mar­ish results.

Join us at the Claren­don Con­ser­va­to­ry from 7pm SLT on Thurs­day night for the first half.


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