I am very happy to announce that I will compose some original music and do the sound design for “Dance for a Dollar”, a very exciting project that will take place in INTAR Theater from the 20th of July.
Now in it’s full length stage of the development process, creators Daniel Jaquez and Mariana Carreno King are proud to present a staging of DANCE FOR A DOLLAR.
A dance theater experience weaving the lives of immigrants who find a home in clubs nestled in New York City where the women dance for dollars, the men find a piece of home in a song and for a moment the inner turmoils of them all turn to hope as they take the opportunity to survive and live an American dream.
Original Concept: Daniel Jáquez
Story: Daniel Jáquez and Mariana Carreño King
Text: Mariana Carreño King
Direction and Choreography: Daniel Jáquez
Sound Design and Original Music: Marios Aristopoulos
I will be composing more than 90 minutes of original music for the upcoming video-game Apotheon, developed by Alientrap.
Apotheon is an open world, action/stealth, 2D sidescoller game. In development for PC. Design and developed by Jesse McGibney (Artist) and Lee Vermeulen (Programmer). Additional art and animations by Abe Hutton, with an original soundtrack by Marios Aristopoulos.
The corrupted gods of the natural world are at war with themselves, their actions and rivalries mirrored as elemental disasters of apocalyptic scale upon the face of the earth. Humanity battles for survival in the unrelenting maelstrom, their prayers for respite falling on deaf ears. As mankind’s last champion, you have been chosen to travel to the spirit realm and infiltrate the of the city of the gods. Sneak, shoot, steal, and assassinate your way through the massive dystopian labyrinths as you climb towards godhood. Only by stripping the old gods of their powers, and taking control of the elements as your own can humanity hope to survive the coming oblivion.