• Pandemonium 14, Spring Performance by Chris Hardman
    Pandemonium, a spring-themed production by Chris Hardman, was nighttime outdoor theater adventure in the forests and meadows of the Marin Headlands. The show is an homage to Pan and the metaphysics of Springtime and a send-up of the spring wedding season. The production featured audience members in headphones walking through the woods to encounter 35-foot puppets, masked actors, and site-specific lighting effects.

The name Antenna was chosen because we create events, objects and ideas that foster an active collaboration with our audience and the world; productions that act like an Antenna, that is: Receive input, Transform it, and Transmit it back.

Antenna was founded in 1980 by Artistic Director Chris Hardman.

The Antenna experience can take the shape of a carnival, an immersive maze, a performance piece, a radio program, a guided mystery tour, a sideshow or a giant walk-through sculpture. Antenna uses them all to put the audience member, or “audient,” into the middle of the action.