English Translation of an Award Winning German Play comes to Washington.
And Now: The World!
Washington Arts Centre
The English language premiere of an award-winning German play, that questions the effects of the internet on our behavior, comes to Arts Centre Washington on Thursday 12thNovember at 7.30pm.
, this solo performance examines what it means to be a young woman in a digital world. Written by Award-winning German playwright Sybille Berg, who was nominated for the most prestigious award for German speaking playwrights, the Mulheim Dramatists’ Award as well as winner of the 2008 Wolfgang-Koeppen-Literaturpreis, the performance dissects a human response to an online world of possibilities.
The play is presented by OpenWorks who are dedicated to creating theatre for new and young audiences.
OpenWorks’ Artistic Director, Abigail Graham said, “I’m thrilled that we are bringing this amazing award-winning German text to the UK. It's an important, thought-provoking play that tackles the most urgent issues of our times - digital culture, activism, feminism, human relationships. Sybille Berg is one of the best playwrights I have come across and I can't wait to share her work with British audiences.”
And Now: The World comes to Arts Centre Washington on Thursday 12 November at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £6 and are available from www.artscentrewashington.co.ukor by calling 0191 219 3455.