Theatre

The Unencumbered

by Elizabeth Hersh

directed by Joy Brooke Fairfield

In a near future where technology has rendered almost every dream achievable, seven men creep hopefully towards immortality, their fragile bodies dependent on armies of care-workers. The Immortals are the stuff of myth, but this story is not about them. It is about three of the women who keep them alive, and what they gain and lose in doing it.

The Unencumbered

by Elizabeth Hersh

directed by Joy Brooke Fairfield

In a near future where technology has rendered almost every dream achievable, seven men creep hopefully towards immortality, their fragile bodies dependent on armies of care-workers. The Immortals are the stuff of myth, but this story is not about them. It is about three of the women who keep them alive, and what they gain and lose in doing it.

The Unencumbered

by Elizabeth Hersh

directed by Joy Brooke Fairfield

In a near future where technology has rendered almost every dream achievable, seven men creep hopefully towards immortality, their fragile bodies dependent on armies of care-workers. The Immortals are the stuff of myth, but this story is not about them. It is about three of the women who keep them alive, and what they gain and lose in doing it.

The Unencumbered

by Elizabeth Hersh

directed by Joy Brooke Fairfield

In a near future where technology has rendered almost every dream achievable, seven men creep hopefully towards immortality, their fragile bodies dependent on armies of care-workers. The Immortals are the stuff of myth, but this story is not about them. It is about three of the women who keep them alive, and what they gain and lose in doing it.

The Unencumbered

by Elizabeth Hersh

directed by Joy Brooke Fairfield

In a near future where technology has rendered almost every dream achievable, seven men creep hopefully towards immortality, their fragile bodies dependent on armies of care-workers. The Immortals are the stuff of myth, but this story is not about them. It is about three of the women who keep them alive, and what they gain and lose in doing it.

Mark Ravenhill's Candide

directed by David Jilg

Inspired by Voltaire’s classic satire, this new vision is an exploration of rampant optimism, social media, parallel universes and genetic engineering in this “best of all possible worlds.”  In his contemporary adaptation, Ravenhill creates a string of narratives in which his characters sleepwalk through a variety of dystopic landscapes.

Mark Ravenhill's Candide

directed by David Jilg

Inspired by Voltaire’s classic satire, this new vision is an exploration of rampant optimism, social media, parallel universes and genetic engineering in this “best of all possible worlds.”  In his contemporary adaptation, Ravenhill creates a string of narratives in which his characters sleepwalk through a variety of dystopic landscapes.

Mark Ravenhill's Candide

directed by David Jilg

Inspired by Voltaire’s classic satire, this new vision is an exploration of rampant optimism, social media, parallel universes and genetic engineering in this “best of all possible worlds.”  In his contemporary adaptation, Ravenhill creates a string of narratives in which his characters sleepwalk through a variety of dystopic landscapes.

Mark Ravenhill's Candide

directed by David Jilg

Inspired by Voltaire’s classic satire, this new vision is an exploration of rampant optimism, social media, parallel universes and genetic engineering in this “best of all possible worlds.”  In his contemporary adaptation, Ravenhill creates a string of narratives in which his characters sleepwalk through a variety of dystopic landscapes.

Mark Ravenhill’s Candide

directed by David Jilg

Inspired by Voltaire’s classic satire, this new vision is an exploration of rampant optimism, social media, parallel universes and genetic engineering in this “best of all possible worlds.”  In his contemporary adaptation, Ravenhill creates a string of narratives in which his characters sleepwalk through a variety of dystopic landscapes.

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