A Red Orchid Theatre

Presents Jon Tai


Missed Connections

Missed Connections
Performed by Jon Tai
Co-Written by Jon Tai & Alex Gruhin
Produced by Alex Gruhin

A Red Orchid Theatre presents Missed Connections-a live interactive online play with magic, conceived for virtual experience. Missed Connections is an intimate & immersive evening of story and magic where things imagined become real and connection is possible through the shared experience of wonder. The play, a magician’s cosmic love story inspired by the work of Haruki Murakami, Marshall McLuhan & Derren Brown, takes 25 audience members on a roundtrip voyage to the stars in search of the invisible thread that connects them all.

Show Details

Each ticket allows viewing on one device, so you can choose to join the show solo or share the experience with company. During the show, Jon and the audience will be able to see, hear, and interact with each other in real-time, making this a truly live and interactive experience, despite being miles apart.

Tickets are limited to 25 per show. Recommended for ages 13+.

Interested in a group sale? We currently have limited ticket purchases to one per person due to our need to collect information for each patron attending. However, we can still facilitate a group sale. Please email Managing Director Abigail Madden at abigail@aredorchidtheatre.org for more information.

What Do I Need To Participate in Missed Connections?

  • A desktop or laptop computer. Mobile phones and tablets are not supported. We recommend using a wired ethernet connection or sitting as close to your wireless router as possible.
  • A working webcam and microphone–the show is a live, interactive experience and Jon will be chatting with audience members throughout the evening.
  • The Zoom Desktop Client downloaded and installed: https://zoom.us/support/download
  • If you already have the Zoom Desktop Client installed, make sure it’s updated to version 5.2.2 or later. Click here to update now: https://zoom.us/support/download

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