"don’t worry about technology..
its just nature 2.0."
Felix is a tech engineer, preparing to launch his new project, a wearable glove-device allowing you to control a computer with your hands and fingers, rather than through keyboards, touchpads, and mice.
But just before his funding interview, his girlfriend breaks up with him out of the blue, and Felix finds himself re-examining everything he thought.
leoemercer's new play for Sunscreen Productions pieces Felix's life together using a series of internet-inspired texts, which explore questions of technology, relationships, and sexuality. The result is an insightful psychological portrait of a man whose life is split between online and offline.
The Burton Taylor Studio at the Oxford Playhouse
December 1st - 5th 2015
Performed by Felix von Stumm
Directed by Will Stevens
Lighting by Alex Newton
Soundtrack by Luke Lewis
"Dark, clever and deeply emotional."
"A cyberpunk version of Angela Carter, which is one of those things you don’t even know you want until you see it in motion."
"A thoroughly thought-provoking play, which also left me emotionally moved and uplifted."
"A cohesive case study on the complex, topical issue of the boundaries between humans and technology.. upturning my bed of unquestioned assumptions on the issue."
Oxford Culture Review
"A consistently hyperactive voice which remains naturalistic"