By Caryl Churchill
Directed by Rebecca Wahls
“but I feel like I’m choosing yes of course but I feel like I’m in the front seat of a roller-coaster.”
Love and Information is a non-narrative play featuring over 60 scenes, each with unique characters and storylines. Like flipping through channels on a television, this play offers brief glances into the mundane as characters navigate love and loss, grapple with ever-present surveillance, and come to terms with their lack of control. Churchill’s play celebrates human connection while constantly questioning what it means to have access to another person’s love and information.