Capitol Fringe: This Digital Life

tdl.pngAt the heart of the online existence are the problems of zeitgeist: How does society interact with the online space? Google, Wikipedia, IRC, LiveJournal, Second Life, Twitter, these are all social constructions in the online space. Like many things, it’s difficult to say what they do for us, or how they affect our lives, or what effect we have on others through them.

So what’s this got to do with DC, you ask? Well, people right here in DC are exploring those various issues through drama this weekend and next as part of the Capitol Fringe Festival. Former DC Metroblogger Joseph Price is the author of This Digital Life, three one act plays about existence in the Digital Age. The show starts tonight and though we weren’t able to sponsor their work, the least we can do is promote it.

Best of luck to Joseph, his director Kristopher Mecholsky and the cast.

This Digital Life at the Goethe Institut. Tickets are $15 and can be bought online. Cash only at the door.
Friday, July 20 @ 9:00pm
Saturday, July 21 @ 10:00pm
Sunday, July 22 @ 6:00pm
Saturday, July 28 @ 2:30pm

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