It’s 2018 and new technological innovations have changed how we communicate and relate with one another. How do we connect with each other in our contemporary world? What moments define us as the human race? In this play, we are voyeurs, glancing into the lives of families, friends, lovers, co-workers, enemies, and strangers as we seek to understand the connections that we make every day. This play by British playwright Caryl Churchill is an honest and thought-provoking examination of the human condition. Student-directed by Magenta Howard.
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May 18-27, 2018
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30PM
Sundays at 3:00PM
Tickets on sale in March at UCSCtickets.com
$10 senior (62+)
$10 student w/ ID
$8 UCSC student (UCSC undergrads eligible for one $0 complimentary ticket per production)
$8 UCSC staff/faculty (2 tickets)
$8 UCSC alumni assoc. member (2 tickets)
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The Experimental Theater has 80-120 seats (modular seating changes from event to event) and offers space for 2 wheelchairs with 1–3 guests each.