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Fluke is a theater work by the ensemble Radiohole. The piece parallels late 19th-century spiritualism with the technological advancements of our own era. On a claustrophobic set that mimics a crowded boat on an open seascape, the company conjures both historical characters, such as Thomas Edison, and fictional figures, including Herman Melville’s Captain Ahab. Through the use of innovative sound technology, Fluke explores the porous connections between technology and spirituality. As in all Radiohole works, the elaborate, chaotic production is operated entirely by the performers onstage.

Project Updates

  • 2006: Fluke premieres at PS122 in New York. Subsequent performances are staged in Brooklyn, NY, Seattle, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Vienna, Austria

  • Artists


    Radiohole was birthed in a Brooklyn basement in 1998 by Erin Douglass, Eric Dyer, Maggie Hoffman and Scott Halverson Gillette. The company has produc…


    Erin Douglass

    Erin Douglass is a founding member of Radiohole and has collaborated on five original works with the company. Before moving to New York in 1999, Doug…


    Eric Dyer

    As a founding member of Radiohole, Dyer has collaborated on all seven of the ensembles productions since 1998. He is also a founder of the Brooklyn p…


    Maggie Hoffman

    Maggie Hoffman is a Radiohole co-founder and designer. From 1993-97 Hoffman attended the Art Institute of Chicago where she studied performance. Whil…


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