This chapter describes The Cave as a new type of music theater, with aspects of both opera and movies. Throughout the work, five large video projection screens (each approximately 6 ft. X 8 ft.) present interviews, landscapes, and architectural footage in sequences timed with live music. In addition, in the first and last acts, texts from biblical sources are rhythmically typed out, and sung.
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