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Performance

VenueThe Hope Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From4th February 2020
Opened6th February 2020
To22nd February 2020
WhenTue-Sat 19:45
What is currently on at The Hope Theatre (V0719079091)

I Woke Up Feeling Electric

I Woke Up Feeling ElectricT01468352192
A work-life balance is hard to find when you're an AI assistant. Luckily for Bertie, it's easy to enjoy your job when you were literally made for it. Sending emails, making playlists, checking the weather forecast - he loves it all. But one night his world is upended by Vita, a new, smarter AI, who invades his world, and upsets his well-constructed routine. Trying to come to terms with this interloper, Bertie is forced to reassess everything he thought he knew - to examine the limits of the life he's always loved. By turns comic and probing, I Woke Up Feeling Electric is the lovechild of an office comedy and an episode of Black Mirror - a very human story about electronic minds.
Author Jack Robson


Archive :: production:T01468352192, play:S1166167195, venue:V0719079091

Production details

Company

Director Jacopo Panizza
Producer Simon Paris
Stage ManagerRebecca Medlock
Design Gorgia Lee Joseph
Sound Tom Stoddart
Performer Jack Robson (Bertie)
Performer Christine Prouty (Vita)

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