SEASON 30 | NOVEMBER 2017
P3M5: Plurality of Privacy Project in Five-minute Plays
November 2-5, 2017
Presented by The VORTEX
Thursday-Sunday. One weekend only.
Live-Streaming CST howlround.com/tv
What does Privacy mean in the Digital Age? The VORTEX is proud to join an international project investigating the value, nature, and evolution of privacy. This series of newly commissioned 5-minute plays from writers around the world is presented in collaboration with the Goethe-Institute Washington and theatres across the US and Europe. The collection of plays creates an artistic and cultural dialogue around our divergent understandings of privacy. VORTEX Connects continues these conversations each night with post-performance discussions with leading voices in digital rights, technology, humanities, and the future of privacy.
Playwrights include: Rebecca Gilman (Seattle), David Greig (UK), Kenneth Lin (Baltimore), Alex Lorette (Belgium), Mihaela Michailov (Romania), Phillip Kan Gotanda (San Francisco), J Setz (Austria), Paco Bezerra (Spain), Felicia Zeller (Germany), Rachida Lamrade (Belgium), Sarah Gubbins (Atlanta), and Tereza Volánková (Czech Republic).
Curated by VORTEX Associate Artistic Director, Dr. Heather Barfield. Directed by Susan Bennett, Teresa Cruz, Trey Deason, Anna Eisley, Jamie Goodman, Shannon Grounds, Annie Kim Hedrick, Blake Robbins, and Alejandra Navarro.
- $35 Priority Seating , $25 General Admission, $15 Discount/Child/Artist/Student/Senior
- Advanced Reservations Recommended. Limited seating.
- Radical Rush Free Tickets: Limited free tickets for each performance in the spirit of sustainability, accessibility, and the gift economy. Radical Rush tickets released at 7pm each night-in-person only.
- 2-for-1 admission Thursday and Sunday with donation of 2 cans for SafePlace
- ASL-Interpreted Saturday, November 4th (Free to deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences)
- VORTEX Connects Post-show discussions every night
Funded in part by the Goethe-Institute Washington, VORTEX Repertory Company, by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, and by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.