What Will Be Here?

  • Tal Minear
    Director
  • Cole Burkhardt
    Director
  • Brad Colbroock
    Director
  • Tal Minear
    Sound Design
  • Nikko Goldstein
    Sound Design
  • Cole Burkhardt
    Sound Design
  • Brad Colbroock
    Sound Design
  • Vico Ortiz
    Voice Actor
  • John Y. Kamara
    Voice Actor
  • Sahar Iman
    Voice Actor
  • Kathy Youssef
    Voice Actor
  • Jona Lune
    Voice Actor
  • Chijioke Williams
    Voice Actor
  • Lindsay Zana
    Voice Actor
  • Caroline Mincks
    Voice Actor
  • Cole Burkhardt
    Voice Actor
  • Tal Minear
    Voice Actor
  • Brad Colbroock
    Voice Actor
  • Brad Colbroock
    Writer
  • Chandler Harrison
    Writer
  • Cole Burkhardt
    Writer
  • Di Reese
    Writer
  • Tal Minear
    Writer
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi
  • Length:
    25 minutes 51 seconds
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Student Project:
    No
Artist Biography

Tal is a SoCal based voice actor, sound designer, and fiction podcast producer. They're the creator of Sidequesting, What Will Be Here?, Someone Dies In This Elevator, and several other productions that can be found hiding under rugs and around corners. Tal has been called "a creative force to be reckoned with" and "one of the best sound designers currently creating."

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Artist Statement

At its core, this show is about living and creating when things feel pointless. It's a story that came out of the pandemic, and the landscape in which this story was written and produced greatly influenced how it turned out. What Will Be Here? is set on earth 200 years in the future, where large-scale crises are fully normalized. But despite the bleak backdrop, this story is one of hope - of overcoming challenges, of making things that might be temporary, but also things that might be launched into space and continue on forever.

The experience of the characters in What Will Be Here? mirrors the experience of the cast and crew; both creating something new against a background of tragedy, and neither knowing quite where it will end up.