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VgrafLive's Artificial Intelligence and Human Society program kicks off!
"The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race." - Stephen Hawking
Frankenmind - a reading
In Frankenmind, our adaptation of Shelley’s famous 1818 novel, Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus and first science fiction story, we focus on the science and the psychology of Victor Frankenstein and his Creature. Created by Alyssa Harden, primary writer, and Michael Frenchman, editor
Dr. Faustus, PhD - a reading
The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus, commonly referred to simply as Doctor Faustus, is an Elizabethan tragedy by Christopher Marlowe, written around 1590. Based on German stories of the character Faust, it tells of a man who sells his soul to the devil for a life of power and pleasure.
The VgrafLive adaptation, Dr. Faustus, PhD, written by Vgraflive interns Alyssa Harden and Travis Martin, was table-read in August for further development as part of our Synthetic Science Theatre's AI & Human Society series of plays and mini-documentaries. Stay tuned for more information.
R.U.R. - a staged reading
has been recorded. Stay tuned!
R.U.R. is the 1921 play by Czech writer Karel Capek that introduced the word "robot" as we think of it today.
Our special staged reading of R.U.R. is a part of the theatrical side of VgrafLive's upcoming "Artificial Intelligence and Humankind" programming initiative, designed to enlighten audiences about one of the greatest challenges our species faces.
Watch Replays of select BritBits 9 dress rehearsals!
"So far off-Broadway that it's really more off-West End, the Mind The Gap Theatre has been showcasing new British drama in New York since 1998 in a variety of small theaters ...
As performed in April, 2016,
in collaboration with
Mind the Gap Theatre
- comedy, tragedy, farce and drama as only the Brits can do it -
From Brit Bits of years past.