The Digital Age has given humanity access to radical equality, effortless connection, and unprecedented intimacy. It has also served as a driver of detachment, alienation, and unbridled anger. Celebrated playwright Caryl Churchill examines these ideas and more through a kaleidoscope of 100 scenes – in just 90 minutes – featuring people from all walks of life, each asking the biggest of questions: What does it mean to be human? Directed by Company Member Emily Chase (Eight Nights).
From the iconic playwright of Cloud 9 and Top Girls!
“A work that ingeniously and exhaustively mirrors our age of the splintered attention span… A thought-churning, deeply poignant play.” – The New York Times
“Churchill suggests, with compassionate urgency, that our insatiable appetite for knowledge needs to be informed by our capacity for love.” – The Guardian
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Audiences are required to be masked indoors for all matinee performances: Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm.
Audiences are encouraged to wear masks at all performances and any time they are inside the Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center. Masks are not required for evening performances.
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*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule