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A recovering drug addict and a robot are reminded of what it means to be human. Be part of creating the next great play at the second annual UCF Pegasus PlayLab, a festival dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights!
Anne, a recovering drug addict, is back in contact with her childhood best friend after he abandons his robot son/coffeemaker at Disney World and asks her to send it back to him. Instead, this contact leads to a long road trip from Orlando, Florida to Canandaigua, New York, where the duo meet other people and small kitchen appliances who are just as lost as they are. Through their journey, they are reminded of what it means to be human and, as E. E. Cummings put it, that “love is the every only god.”
It’s A Small World (or The Robot Play) received its initial staged reading at Activate Midwest New Play Festival. The play was developed, in part, at Flint Repertory Theatre’s New Play Festival.
By Amber Palmer
Directed by Christopher Niess
Be part of creating the next great play! At the second annual Pegasus PlayLab, a festival dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights, you’re invited to hear three staged readings and experience a full production of a new play first introduced at Orlando Shakes’ PlayFest 2018. Follow these plays into the next stage of development and be part of the creative process with the playwrights, casts and directors! Learn more at theatre.ucf.edu
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Additional time info:
Doors to the theatre for seating typically open 30 minutes before show time. The Box Office opens about 2 hours before show time.
After the performance, discuss what you saw and heard with the playwright, director and cast. You play a crucial role in the work’s development through your feedback!
4000 Central Florida Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816