Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe.
It is one of those shows, they say. But it's one of those great shows. Dynamic, funny, challenging, irreverent and a perfect showcase for the NYT talent. Centred around a trial of Mark Zuckerburg with audience as jury, so much information, sorry, data is mined. Written to give each performer a feature part, they all relish the challenge. The standout actors for me were Tianja Izekor and Kareem Adeshina. There was so much to keep up with in three story lines, I was impressed at the clarity and focus they maintained. Tatty Hennessey has crafted a brilliant script which although they started over a year ago remains remarkably current. We,the jury, found Facebook guilty but only one brave member planned to stop using social media after learning so much bad. They even have a moral: it's in our hands to force change. It's a blast, and there's a couple of neat magic tricks too.