SAVE THE WORLD!
A smokers' cessation group resurrects Aldous Huxley.
Doomsday preppers take on the biggest blackout in NYC history.
Robots occupy our future.
A triptych of plays - The Lecture, The Blackout and The Robot - examine the precarious role of the individual in the age of climate change with screwball comedy, nihilism and dash of good old American bravado.
PRODUCTION + DEVELOPMENT HISTORY
World Premiere - July 26-29
Ice Factory, New Ohio Theater
The Lecture was originally developed at Working Theater's 2012 Annual Directors Salon.
The Blackout was developed in part through the Field Artist Residency program, supported by Lambent Foundation.
“they have not only done the necessary research to drive their thought-provoking points home, but they do so in a way that I haven't seen before." (Theater Is Easy)
“thought-provoking in its perplexity, eerie and weird in the best way.”
“a much more mature sense of spacing and lighting design… It finally hit the spectators where it hurts…”