When We Went Electronic
About When We Went Electronic
Schools Out. It’s 2011. Two Made in USA. American Apparel® models search for their missing memory after a tragically fun nite. But when really weird stuff starts happening, the girls begin to question the syntheticness of their own materials and if what they think happened was really real. Maybe last nite wasn’t such a party after all. Literally.
Introducing our quality team of globally sourced female theater artists who will fabricate a ribbed and textured live theatrical experience for you: Caitlin, Sarah, and Meghan.
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Caitlin is a playwright & pisces. She was born in Baltimore, lived in London, Buenos Aires and now Brooklyn. She speaks one and a half languages. Her favorite materials are lace, tricot, and blood. Her work has been presented all over NYC. She’s rcvd awards, fellowships, scholarships, grants, and residencies from many A-List places. She’s been on some kind of VIP list called The Kilroysand a finalist for everything else. A true Sarah Lawrence girl, Caitlin has a special luv connection with New Georges and The Lark. She is currently under commission with Borscht Film Festival for her semi-pornographic @discounttherapyclub short films on Insta. Follow her on social @caitlinsaylor.
Sarah is a composer & libra who loves collecting rare books and post-colonial African art from the 1960s. A skilled linguist, Sarah speaks English, French, Zarma, Hausa, notions of Spanish, Italian and ASL. She was raised upstate in the Hudson Valley and has since lived in Paris, West Africa, Los Angeles, and now lives in Manhattan. When she’s not performing with her band Frances Rose, Sarah’s busy teaching the next generation of rock stars songwriting, music theory, and instrumental mastery. 100% Cotton is her fabric inspiration. Follow her on insta @sarah.frances.rose.
Meghan is a director & Aries. Her fave world travel destination is the Italian Riveria where she has dines on wild boar and once eaten the heart of a small deer. She’s collaborated with lots of famous people including artist Pedro Reyes on their piece Doomocracyin 2016. The NYTimes loved it. Her fave fabrics are eyelet or tulle. She also really loves expensive champagne and has consumed it from a large recently sabered bottle in London. The NYTimes called her the It Girl of 2018 in this article. Basically, the NYTimes loves her.
75 minutes, no intermission