Technology. It helps every day to be more productive, connected and efficient. Yet our relationship with the latest and greatest can be tricky at best.
In these plays, technology plays a role. Put them together to create a production of any length. Click on the title for play information and to read a FreeView, then order your copy.
Silvia hatches a brilliant idea for how to handle telemarketers. She no longer hangs up with anger. With her new strategy, they can't get off the call fast enough!
After being called stupid, Siri is still there, but her feelings are hurt. Will the driver ever get her pizza?
Michelle is a technologically challenged senior in a retirement community. Betta is her virtual computerized assistant. How can they learn how to work together?
Liz and Marjorie spark a community scandal when they accidentally hit send on a provocative email, blasting it out to the entire Wine Wednesday chat group.
Those automatic phone services! They don’t seem to understand what you say and they have too many choices. But David's wife knows how to get past all of those annoying menus.
Humorous and touching, "The House of Tomorrow" weaves together stories and characters in a flexible length show.
Aunt Boo needs help with housework so she succumbs to a telemarketer’s charm and orders a robot. Instead of a mechanical robot, Aunt Boo gets a handsome hunk dressed in aluminum foil!
A man trying to get his television to work receives an unusual telephone merry-go-round from the female operator.
An older person calls tech support to get their new computer and printer working. On the other end of the line, somewhere in Calcutta, India, tech support is anything but helpful!