The Spine, Zero, Rabbit Advertisement: The act combines the visual of robot pantomime with sketches, pop culture references, comic strips, improvised comedic dialogue, and original music. According to the band's fictional backstory, the "musical automatons" were invented by a rich San Diego inventor named Colonel P. Walter in and kept in the Walter family over the years. The band's name is said to come from Walter's first robot, a giant mechanical giraffe. A fictional timeline on the band's website chronicles the band's supposed "appearances" throughout the years at such notable places as the Chicago World's Fair and The Ed Sullivan Show.
She has five younger siblings and an older sister, Camille, who works as her stylist. Her father is a great-grandson of businessman and inventor Marcel Schlumberger , while her mother is a granddaughter of Marcel's brother, Maurice Schlumberger. She instead wanted to be an opera singer,   studying music at the Conservatoire de Paris. I was very lonely as a kid. Really I always had the feeling I was an orphan.
Space Girl, written by playwright and screenwriter Mora Harris, who earned her MFA from Carnegie Mellon, tells the story about a teenage alien named Arugula, played by sophomore theater student Michael-Ellen Walden, who transfers from Zalagdor to Earth with her father, Nancy, played by senior Max Kliman. Spectrum Theatre is a student company that aims to encourage a dialogue about important social and political issues through theater at Northwestern. Producer Sarah Friedman, who is a fourth year RTVF major and Director Melissa Lewyn, who is a second year performance studies major, chose Space Girl to address specific themes of femininity, sexuality and environmentalism. I certainly did immerse myself in the space-themed set and swanky space music during scene transitions.