You are public domain.
January 11-21, 2018 | CALENDAR
Boedecker Cinema, Dairy Arts Center
Every time you buy something, use your GPS to find an address, or check Facebook on your cell phone, you’re sharing personal information. Do you ever think about how all that information might be used?
In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Washington’s Plurality of Privacy Project, fifteen major theaters across the US and Europe asked playwrights: “What does privacy mean to you in the digital age?” In response, the playwrights created short plays exploring social media use, religious freedom, state surveillance, cybersecurity, rights to our own consumer data, and our responsibilities to our digital neighbors. Their plays were also turned into companion films. The results will appear on stages and screens around the globe in 2017-18, as participating theatres present the plays and films to spark public conversation around privacy issues. BETC is the only theatre company in Colorado presenting the P3M5 Project.
Director: Heather Beasley
Stage Manager: Andrew Bakehouse
Assistant Stage Manager: Cheyenne Roberts
Costume Designer: Steffani Day
Lighting and Sound Designer: Andrew Metzroth
Boedecker Cinema Staff: Glenn Webb, Kit Marcy
Chip Winn Wells
Let’s Talk About Privacy:
Every performance will be followed by a post-show conversation on the themes of these plays and films. On Sunday, January 14, we’ll welcome a panel of local experts to look at how privacy issues affect adults and young adults as students, consumers, employees, and citizens of the digital age. More information available soon on the special guests who will join us for that discussion!
High School Tour:
From January 15-19, 2018, BETC will tour a 45-minute production of selected plays and films from the P3M5 Project to area high schools. Each performance will be followed by 30-minute small-group workshops for up to 3 classes. The production-and-workshop cost is $500. Scholarships are available. To book your visit, please contact Heather Beasley at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the BETC office at (303) 351-2382.
The Boedecker Foundation are generous supporters of the P3M5 Project.