PTC: Gratuitous Nudity and the Undisclosed Costs of Questioning Surveillance Rather than Bad Broccoli

October 24 - October 25, 2016

Run Time: 45 minutes, no intermission

by A. Rey Pamatmat
directed by Sammy Zeisel

You've done nothing wrong—but you're being watched anyway.


Monday, October 24, 2016 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Louisville Nature Center
3745 Illinois Avenue

Run time: 35 minutes.
There will be no intermission.

The performances are FREE but ticketed and open to the public. Please call the Box Office at 502.584.1205 for more information.

A group of people who have done nothing wrong are being watched like they’ve done everything wrong. They grapple with government surveillance, its benefits and compromises, and the clever ways you can use metadata to find out things about your friends, family, mortal enemies, strangers, and assassination targets.

Audience Advisory: Strong language
Age Recommendations: Ages 13+

About the New Play Project
Aligning with Actors Theatre’s dedication to producing new work, the New Play Project is a series of one-act plays developed in the spirit of fostering relationships with emerging playwrights while giving members of the Professional Training Company space to interact with new work. This season, Actors Theatre has commissioned three playwrights—Emily Feldman, A. Rey Pamatmat, and Cory Hinkle—to write three one-act plays for the series. Throughout the development of each new play, the playwright works closely with a cast of acting apprentices to create a story in collaboration with directing and literary apprentices. These plays are then performed in unique performance spaces at Actors Theatre or throughout the community.

About the Professional Training Company
Now in its 45th year, the Professional Training Company (formerly Apprentice/Intern Company) is the cornerstone of Actors Theatre’s commitment to education and one of the oldest programs of it’s kind. The PTC is a one-of-a-kind immersive program designed to transition recent college graduates into careers by teaching both the business and the art of being a theatre professional. Members of the Company work directly with Actors Theatre artistic and administrative leaders, as well as visiting guest artists, to receive hands-on training in their respective fields. This year, the PTC is comprised of 39 diverse individuals who will join the next generation of theatre artists and administrators.

For Accessibility information, call the Box Office at 502-584-1205 or email boxoffice@actorstheatre.org

Actors Theater of Louisville
316 West Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Box Office: 502.584.1205
502.371.0956 TDD

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