Love and Sex in The Digital Age, a powerful examination of relationships in the modern era, written by JayC Stoddard and Natalia Noble, and directed by Josh Patterson, will be playing a limited run at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center Studio Theater.
Love and Sex is an exploration of how instant connection has changed the way we communicate, and how much things have remained the same. First seen at the 2016, and 2017 GSL Fringe festivals respectively, Love and Sex combines two different plays, edited and rewritten to fit together into one night of tantalizing theater.
“This has been a multi-year process. It wasn’t until after we had finished the second piece EXPOSURE, that I realized how thematically similar the two separate shows were,” said co-author JayC Stoddard.
Part 1, Round² examines the relationships of 4 different people, and the tragedy of their miscommunication. Part 2, Exposure – winner of the Audience Choice Award at the 2017 Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival- is a representational look at the various identities we assume when we have the safety of online anonymity.
“Natalia was instrumental in finding the voice that satisfies that theme. When constructing these two scripts it was her voice that filled my head, and her words that satisfied the poetry,” Stoddard continued.
Love and Sex in The Digital Age plays Thursday, April 25 through Sunday, April 28 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center Studio Theater. Starring JayC Stoddard, Natalia Noble, Jillian Joy, and A.J. Neuschwander, and directed by Josh Patterson. Tickets are available through ArtTix at http://bit.ly/LoveAndSexPlay.
Rated NC-17 for language, adult content, and nudity. – NO ONE UNDER 18 will be admitted.
The mission of Utah Repertory Theater Company is to produce entertaining, adventuresome and illuminating premieres of dramas and musicals along with neglected shows that area theatergoers aren’t otherwise able to see in Utah. Utah Rep has produced 28 critically-acclaimed productions including the regional premieres of: “Straight,” “The Bridges of Madison County,” “Kiss of the Spider-Woman,” “Heathers: The Musical,” “Carrie,” “Ordinary Days,” “Bare,” “[title of show],” “August: Osage County,” “Grace,” “Bonnie & Clyde,” “i love you because,” and “Sideshow.”
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