Mariah MacCarthy, playwright and producer of “Sex With Robots”

Mariah MacCarthy, playwright and producer of Caps Lock Theatre's "Sex With Robots" festival88 episodes from the launch of this little podcast, we come full circle, with the return of playwright (and guest on the inaugural episode of the show) Mariah MacCarthy to the mic.

The company she artistic directs, CAPS LOCK THEATRE, is currently running a festival at The Secret Theater in Queens called Sex With Robots, with eight brand new short plays (and a song cycle) all featuring — appropriately enough — sex with robots.

Listen in as Mariah and I discuss the sharing of internet scraps involving robot sex, our real world selves vs. our data doubles, how much we both love Gus Schulenburg, and why the artists of this festival are bringing sex with robots to the stage.

“Why sex with robots?”
“Why not?”

CAPS LOCK THEATRE presents

Sex With Robots

A series of short plays about sex with robots

November 5–10, nightly at 8pm

The Secret Theatre
4402 23rd Street
Long Island City

tickets available via BrownPaperTickets

the playwrights of CAPS LOCK THEATRE's "Sex With Robots" festival

the playwrights of Sex With Robots; clockwise from top, Richard Lovejoy, Natalie Zutter, Mac Rogers, Danny Bowes, Eric John Meyer, J. Julian Christopher, Leah Nanako Winkler, and Micheline Auger, with Mariah MacCarthy at center

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