La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club is dedicated to the artist and all aspects of the theatre. Founded in 1961 by Ellen Stewart, La MaMa is recognized as the seedbed of new work by artists of all nations and cultures. Each season, La MaMa offers more than 80 productions and receives 34,000 visits from people of all ages and all backgrounds who attend performances, exhibitions, educational activities, and the Archives. La MaMa is the place where emerging artists learn from established artists, and where artists from around the globe share work and ideas. Its East Village campus has grown to include four theatres, an art gallery, artist work and living space, and an extensive Archive.
This absurdist, gender-bending farce explores our current selfie society’s relationship with consumerism and modern technology through one night in the life of a disordered family on the road to ruin.
Drawing on space travel, transhumanism, astronautics and the resurrection of the dead, the experimental piece rehearses a progressive politics through a total re-envisioning of everyday life