Department of Theatre & Performance Studies

In a world that is increasingly virtual, how do we traverse the devastating gap between our longing for love and our addictive need for information? In this fascinating kaleidoscope of 57 short plays, more than 100 characters try to find true human connection and make sense of what they know and don’t know. A mesmerizing and unpredictable play by Caryl Churchill, one of the most groundbreaking British playwrights. 
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  • Wed 2/22   Meet The Cast
  • Th 2/23 Wellness/mental Health In Digital Age
  • Fri 2/24 Love & Intimacy In Digital Age


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Caryl Churchill
Caryl Churchill is one of the most influential and significant contemporary British dramatists working today. The author of more than 30 plays, as well as a number of adaptations and translations, she has reshaped the theatre landscape and continues to produce adventurous new work. Her first professional stage production, Owners, premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 1972. The Royal Court, with its reputation for producing experimental and controversial works, has gone on to be instrumental in developing her four decade playwrighting career. Throughout her career, Churchill has remained committed to politically engaged feminist theatre. Some of her most acclaimed plays include Vinegar Tom (1978), Cloud Nine (1979), Top Girls (1982), Fen (1983), Serious Money (1987), Blue Heart (1997), and Far Away (2000).