Project Y presents a new play which asks the question, 'In a world where we are all constantly connected to the Internet - and through the Internet to one another - why do we still feel so alone?' More…
'Connected' examines love and friendship in the age of social media through a series of interrelated vignettes - a young girl's most embarrassing moment goes viral; a high school student must choose between real life and role-playing games; two girls spend Saturday night endlessly searching for the 'perfect party;' and a teacher is accidentally seduced by her student on an internet dating site.
See it if you've ever wondered what social media is doing to the way people interact with each other.
Don't see it if you're a snob about high production values. (Not that this show looks bad--far from it--it just helps to be realistic about its budget.)
See it if you enjoy commentary about the state of interpersonal connections among today's younger generation.
Don't see it if you cannot cope with technology and haven't a clue what Facebook, Twitter, Vine, and the like are all about.
See it if you want to see how the internet is being used by young adults and teenagers. It is funny look into contemporary life.
Don't see it if you don't care about social media. This is a funny look at relationships today through the web portals.
See it if you have a wry view of how we 'live' - or don't really connect - today!
Don't see it if you don't have a sense of humor and can't laugh at the way we live now
See it if You would looks a brilliant story about the way we connect in life today.
Don't see it if You don't want to experience a truth about living your life connected on line!
See it if You want to see modern, relevant theatre written by contemporary, emerging writers. It's fun, entertaining w/ some exquisite actors
Don't see it if You don't like quirky plays about people who find existential, trivial things to be miserable about because they lack a strong sense purpose
See it if You like character driven stories about people trying to make meaningful connections in spite of social media. Hilarious, sweet, sad.
Don't see it if You don't like people.
See it if You'd be interested in a hysterical series of extended sketches about our alienating digital culture with some real resonance to them
Don't see it if Looking for a show that takes itself seriously -- for sure the characters are hyperbolic caricatures -- yet a truthful "IRL" shines through.
See it if you love honest and smart (far from pretentious) writing, you love making fun of our preoccupation with reality/social media
Don't see it if you don't care for social media (then what are you even doing on show-score) or you'd rather see a long play where only one story pans out