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Scenes during the Alien vs. Predator open rehearsal held in the Ryder Hall lobby on April 14, 2016. Photos by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins’ book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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4/13/16 - Boston, MA. - Inspired by Michael Robbins' book of poems Alien vs. Predator, Northeastern students have created an original, site-specific, audience-immersive experimental theatre experience that explores issues of personal identity and cultural alienation performed in Ryder Hall on April 14, 2016. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University