Flat Earth presents the New England premiere of Ann Marie Healy's What Once We Felt, a science-fiction exploration of the schisms in society and technology. One woman's utopia is another's dystopia in which a fully digitized caste society of genetically engineered "Keepers" threaten to drive the intrinsically disadvantaged "Tradepacks" to extinction. Echoing this strife, writer Macy O. Blonsky fights to see her novelthe last novelpublished while the editing process strips her work of its intended meaning. Healy's futuristic vision of eugenics and the hunger for creative integrity brings to life the age-old struggle over whose stories deserve to be told.
What Once We Felt will be presented March 14th through the 22nd at the Davis Square Theatre. Click below for more details!
Flat Earth Theatre is seeking actors for Reader, a dark dystopian account of censorship and creation, by Ariel Dorfman directed by Jake Scaltreto. Reader will be performed June 13th through 21nd at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown.
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