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Presented by Silverchair and Barbara & Jay Kessler
30 September - 22 October, 2022
Director: Susan E. Evans
A super-charged compilation of 50+ short playlets, featuring over 100 characters, each one exploring the mysterious complexity of human connections.
Ben Atkinson as Ensemble
Christina Ball as Ensemble
Eliza Banaszak as Ensemble
Max Esparza as Ensemble
Mylène Freeman as Ensemble
Hope King as Ensemble
Jane McDonald as Ensemble
David Minton as Ensemble
John Rabasa as Ensemble
Nik Scott as Ensemble
Susan E. Evans - Director
Etta Feigert - Production Stage Manager
Scott Dunn - Assistant Stage Manager
Kerry Moran - Scenic Designer
Daryl O’Connor - Props Designer/Set Dresser
Joshua Reid - Lighting Designer
Becky Brown - Sound Designer
Amy Goffman - Costume Designer
Laura Rikard - Intimacy Consultant
Someone won’t answer the door. Someone put an elephant on the stairs. Someone hates irrational numbers. Someone’s never felt like this before.
LOVE AND INFORMATION is made up of more than 50 completely unique scenes, each one tantalizingly titled: Secret. Fan. Sleep Lab. Remote. Mother. Savant. Memory House, and on and on.
Caryl Churchill constantly reinvents herself, eternally probing, intellectually fierce, yet also down-to-earth and familiar. How do we connect with each other and make sense of it all amidst the glut of data and noise in our everyday lives? Each snippet of a scene leaves us with questions, as we puzzle over the moments before and after.
“Churchill suggests, with compassionate urgency, that our insatiable appetite for knowledge needs to be informed by our capacity for love.” —The Guardian
Guarantee reserved seats for the full 2022/23 Transformations Season with a Season Subscription! Ticket packages start at just $90. On sale now at livearts.org/tix!
If you are coming to see the show, make sure to bring a mask with you! While masks are encouraged throughout the building, they are required for audience members while inside the Founders Theater. This will help protect both audience and cast (who will be unmasked for the performance) while gathering a large group in a small, enclosed space. If you forget a mask, we are happy to provide one. If you are feeling sick OR have been exposed to COVID, please stay home. We will exchange your ticket for another performance at no additional cost.
Updated COVID guidelines for Fall 2022 are available at livearts.org/covid.