Tony Award-nominated playwright Lucas Hnath returns to New York Theatre Workshop, this time as a director, to bring to life a new technological fantasia, Mona Pirnot’s I Love You So Much I Could Die. Get I Love You So Much I Could Die tickets on TodayTix.
Watch Pirnot blur the boundaries of theatre in I Love You So Much I Could Die off Broadway, combining concert elements with cutting-edge technology and storytelling. On stage, Pirnot sits facing away from the audience and wrestles with the private in a bold, public way, using monologues spoken by Microsoft's text-to-speech tool set to her own live musical performances.
Get tickets to I Love You So Much I Could Die in New York now — performances run from February 1 to March 9 only.
February 1st, 2024
March 9th, 2024
Pirnot, a playwright and songwriter based in NYC, also wrote the plays Private and Offshore Clinical Trials. Prestigious institutions such as Playwrights Horizons, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and Williamstown Theatre Festival all developed or produced her work, and she is an NYTW Usual Suspect, a member of a community of theatre artists that receive opportunities from the institution for experimentation, community learning, and the creation of new work. Pirnot is the 2022 Berwin Lee & Brown Playwrights Award winner and a 2023 Helen Hayes / Charles MacArthur Award nominee.
Lucas Hnath, originally from Orlando, Florida, shifted from pre-med studies to dramatic writing at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Known for his Tony Award-nominated play A Doll's House, Part 2 on Broadway, Hnath also wrote acclaimed works like Hilary and Clinton, Dana H., The Christians, and Red Speedo. His awards and nominations include an Obie Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship.
See Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath's return to New York Theatre Workshop, this time as a director, bringing to life Mona Pirnot's deeply human new play, told through a very inhuman voice – the voice of a computer. This experimental new show combines the automatic with the instinctual as live music underscores the technological monologue.
I Love You So Much I Could Die runs for 1h 5m.
I Love You So Much I Could Die is at New York's New York Theatre Workshop.
I Love You So Much I Could Die tickets start at $49.
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