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The Living Newspaper @ Oberon - 9/13

9/13/2010 12:04:00 AM
This sounds intriguing.  I received an email from the producer of a show that's coming to Boston next Monday called "The Living Newspaper."  I don't think I completely understand what it is, but that's probably a good excuse to go check it out for myself.  Here are the details:

The Living Newspaper: Google Rising
Presented by DRD Theatricals at The Oberon at A.R.T.
September 13, 2010

The new edition of a unique, collaborative theater event

Two weeks. Three writers. Eight actors. A world of collaborators…And today’s most pressing topics make The Living Newspaper episodes the most original, timely, and fiercely relevant theatrical events of the season.

The topic for this edition: How Google affects how we live and where we place the boundaries between privacy, commerce, and the desire for information.

Over the course of a 14-day cycle now in progress, a team of writers and actors will be collaborating with participants from around the world via the The Living Newspaper's Facebook page to develop an evening of live theater that looks at the topic from all sides and in great detail. Everyone is invited to contribute to this conversation.

Each edition of The Living Newspaper is unique, and may include drama, music, improv, performance art, and multimedia, for compelling theatre that you will think about – and talk about – far longer than yesterday’s news.

Personally, Google makes my life a whole lot awesomer  I use their: gmail, calendar, rss reader, etc on a daily basis.  Even this blog and all the analytics, advertising (which no one ever clicks on ... grrrr) and what not is hosted by Google as well.

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