THE INFINITE WRENCH GOES VIRAL
The Infinite Wrench Goes Viral 30 Digital Plays in 60 Analog Minutes is an online adaptation of our in-the-flesh, ongoing, ever-changing attempt to perform thirty original plays in sixty minutes for a live audience. Join us for this unanticipated chapter of Neo-Futurist experimentation with new forms and means of participation from you, our audience. Stay tuned as we explore liveness, risk, honesty, and transformation online; made from the confines of our homes, and delivered straight to yours for only $3 per week.
Since 1988, The Neo-Futurist Theater has been a collective of writer-director-performers who create theater and video that is a fusion of sport, poetry and living newspaper. The company has created more than 11,040 plays to date within its flagship late-night event called The Infinite Wrench, and more than 65 full-length mainstage productions incorporating its signature non-illusory, interactive style of performance. Neo-Futurist work is known for creating immediate content at head-slappingly affordable prices and is work that embraces those unreached or unmoved by conventional performance – inspiring them to thought, feeling, and action. From humble beginnings launching the first late-night theater production in Chicago, The Neo-Futurist Theater created what became the city’s longest-running show and has grown to become one of the most highly regarded experimental theater companies in the United States.