Someone can’t get a signal. Someone’s not ready to talk. Someone’s her sister’s mother. Someone told the police. Someone got a message from the traffic lights. Someone never felt like this before.
Caryl Churchill’s play is a theatrical collage which explores the relationship between our emotions and our intellect, our free will and our DNA, our interconnected world and our isolated selves, and love and information.
Extremely complex and highly interpretable, this fast-moving kaleidoscope is comprised of over 40 scenes and 80 characters played by 10 actors. Churchill scrapes the paint off our daily lives and invites us to look closely at what lies beneath.
Advance tickets: http://loveandinformation.