Christina Barsi's science fiction audio drama DIMENSION gets a relaunch on iTunes...

A traumatic experience causes a young woman to enter a new dimension, bending and breaking the time continuum as we understand it. Not only does she have no memory of her previous life but she has entered this new dimension split into three separate people, Shondra, Henrietta and Lou. They go through this new life without any knowledge of each other, at least not right away. Taking place primarily in Reno, Nevada, the girls begin to create new identities and relationships. Shondra as a CIA agent, Henrietta as a theoretical physicist and professor, and Lou as a genius decoder and world-class criminal. They each have an uncontrollable taste for vengeance and a mysterious feeling of heartbreak while seeking answers to their mysterious past.

Now along with each DIMENSION episode, the companion blog titled “The Science & Philosophy of Dimension,” offers an examination of its themes by use of metaphors from literature (particularly Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass) and personal experiences, while defining pertinent science focused concepts found in the series.

Barsi, wrote, directed and stars in all 31 episodes of this fully produced podcast in the style of an old radio show, which began airing live in April 2013. To bring the series to life with sound effects, Barsi enlisted experimental sound artist and improvisational musician Rick Potts, a founding member of LAFMS (Los Angeles Free Music Society). Lending their voice to the series along with Barsi are Lance Kramer, Karthik Srinivasan, Lexii Jaye and Andrew Stroud.

Originally, Barsi set out to create the series in order to fill a void, explaining, “The whole project was created out of a desire to play female characters that had a great story. My frustrations with the entertainment industry left me contemplating larger ideas about life and the significance of time, thus a science fiction series was born.”

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