Out of Ink 2021: Perfect Glitch

The annual theatrical event from ScriptWorks returns for a new year of creative exploration. Listen: "In a year filled with unintended technical glitches, ScriptWorks is making them purposeful. The malfunctions in this show are one of three elements used by ScriptWorks members to create their ten-minute masterpieces over 48 hours during the Weekend Fling last fall: 1) a phrase used at the beginning and end of the play, the meaning or understanding of which changes given the action that has transpired; 2) whispers of the ancestors; and 3) a technological glitch." This collection of works – written by Katherine Catmull, Elizabeth Cobbe, Kirk German, Meg Haley, Andra Laine Hunter, Christopher Krejci, Aneesa Needel, and Megan Thornton, and performed and directed by some of Austin's best stage talents – will be delivered via mail, phone call, text messages, audio content, video, web chat, and Zoom. Half of the plays will be presented synchronously; three of the plays will be delivered asynchronously; one piece has both asynchronous and synchronous content. Oh, there's a lot going on here! See the website for details.
No events scheduled.
Past dates: May 6-9. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm
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