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Operating Systems

From 27 member  reviews
Members say: Relevant, Great acting, Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Great writing

About the show

In Flux Theater Ensemble's world premiere, controversy erupts when Code Breakers, a program where black and brown high school girls learn software engineering, rejects a white student. More…

When Benita is promoted to CEO, she enlists the help of a journalist friend to confront the controversy. Then Bel, a new Code Breakers employee, accuses the outgoing CEO of sexual misconduct. The fallout threatens the most vulnerable in their community, including Dani, a trans employee and former student.

This production is part of Flux's Living Ticket initiative, which makes Flux’s shows free for all to attend. Flux encourages a donation when you reserve your Living Ticket.


Member Reviews (27)

MEMBERS SAY:

Relevant, Great acting, Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Great writing

65
Relevant, Indulgent, Great staging, Slow, Ambitious

See it if You’re willing to recognize that this script feels overly ambitious but isn’t without merit. You have existing knowledge of computer systems

Don't see it if You’re looking for something more tight, well written, and focused. This one meanders and gets lost in its own philosophy.

Also Excellent design quality for the space- set and light were particularl... Read more Read less

During previews
62
Banal, Disappointing, Fluffy, Overrated

See it if If your interested in a teckie type of play, good lighting.

Don't see it if If you want a good storyline . If your not into tech or teckie speak.


March 5th, 2019
"Alternative mathematics using complex algebraic expressions blend with the narrative of a young, transgender narrator who goes backward and forward in time to review their actions...Schulenburg brings many powerful voices into her latest work. Hartford coaxes some fabulous performances from the ...
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March 10th, 2019
“‘Operating Systems’ features...Schulenburg's signature traits: intelligence, heart, and compassion. Unfortunately, the characters come across as idea-delivery-systems rather than as dimensional people...Many of the ideas came across as political correctness rather than human complexity...The scr...
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