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Join us for a night of virtual world premieres, hosted through Zoom! DIGITAL AGE STAGE features three short shows, including one musical and one play where YOU get to choose what happens!
DIGITAL AGE STAGE consists of three unique one-acts created specifically for virtual audiences: RELATIVITY an original musical by seventeen year old Senior Neve Greewald, THE GAMES WE PLAY by comedian Kenny Luper and Theater Director Clark Sayre, and JUDGING by established screenwriter/TV writer Jurgen Wolff.
Greenwald’s musical RELATIVITY centers around MIleva Maric, the first woman accepted into the prestigious Zurich Polytechnique and Albert Einstein’s wife. Largely uncredited for Einstein’s groundbreaking work, Mileva Maric was a female science pioneer and one whose forgotten legacy Greenwald wishes to acknowledge and celebrate.
Jurgen Wolff, established TV/Film Writer and ex-USC Film School faculty, wrote the original one-act JUDGING, where, In a high-school court case conducted via Zoom, a student jury has to decide whether an incident was a prank, an attempt to help, or harassment in the form of body-shaming. As the sometimes-distracted members of the jury pose questions and the judge tries to keep order, a fractured friendship is exposed…and possibly healed.
Comedian Kenny Luper and Director Clark Sayre penned THE GAMES WE PLAY, a real-time one-act that requires audience participation via ZOOM chats. While contestants try to win games like SHARK TANK, LET’S MAKE A DEAL and FAMILY FEUD, their convoluted interactions reveal the psychological games they’re playing underneath the surface - the games everyone plays in order to survive a constantly shifting world.