• 7:00am - 9:00pm
  • 8th August 2021 -
    13th August 2021

Monash Uni Student Theatre (MUST, MSA) presents Asynchrony: An Interactive Minceraft* Experience back by popular demand for a special, limited return season in The Edinburgh Fringe Festival!

In an innovative departure from traditional theatre, Asynchrony is an online digital experience where actors and participants play Minecraft* together, engaging in a fascinating performed story on their computers, while connected through a voice call on the app, Discord.

The adventure of Asynchrony is set 200 years in the future, where a dormant Minecraft* server has been recently rediscovered.

You are invited to explore the world of this server, guided and joined by tour guides to lead you through this world. As the adventure progresses, the Minecraft* server becomes increasingly volatile and unstable due to its years of abandonment, and it becomes a race to escape this strange and changing world.

In Asynchrony, your choices shape your experience, as you tour through glittering domes and dingy tunnels, each decision you make could bring you closer to safety, or catapult you even further away. But your choices may not be the only ones altering the Minecraft* world…

With a remarkable new world to explore, and long-forgotten secrets to unearth… Grab your ticket and your pickaxe to take part in Asynchrony this May!

For more info head to our website: Asynchrony Show

*Not an official Minecraft product. Not approved by or associated with Mojang.

Performance Sessions:

Sunday 8 Aug, 7am AEST (Opening Performance)
Monday 9 August, 8pm AEST
Wednesday 11 August, 7am AEST
Thursday 12 August, 7am AEST
Friday 13 August, 8pm AEST

Platforms needed on your personal computer:

  • Minecraft (Java Edition) & Minecraft account
  • Discord account
  • A good internet connection
  • You will need to purchase and download Minecraft Java Edition.
  • Basic Minecraft tutorial available for less experienced players
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