Neighborhood 3 explores the consequences when teenagers of a perfect suburban subdivision become obsessed with a violent video game that uses satellite images of their own neighborhood as the game’s setting. As the teens get closer to defeating the army of zombies – some of whom look remarkably like their parents – the line between real and virtual life begins to blur.
This will be the third play in Glass Mind’s Season One, which is designed to explore the connections we make: interpersonal, intrapersonal, and, in the case of Neighborhood 3, techno-personal. GMT Artistic Director Andrew Peters says, “I’m extremely excited for this company to tackle Haley’s work, not only because it’s an extremely well-written, darkly comic play, but because it uses a technological phenomenon to examine modern suburban disconnect.”
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