Patrick Vermillion and Emily Jackson of “Jessica”

Sanguine Theatre Company presents JESSICA, written by Patrick Vermillion, directed by Emily JacksonListen in as two of the creators behind Sanguine Theatre Company‘s world-premiere production of Jessica—playwright Patrick Vermillion and director Emily Jackson—discuss justifying your narrative, Sanguine’s “Project Playwright” process, why their AI story focuses on the building process, confronting the truth, the morality of technology, and what makes us human.

“…I wanted to create a sci-fi piece for the stage mostly because I was watching these really old, kinda shitty…[but] super-relevant, very socially-interesting television shows, with virtually no budget. It’s so much your imagination…kind of like with theatre…”

Sanguine Theatre Company presents

Jessica

written by Patrick Vermillion
directed by Emily Jackson

thru August 6, 2016

IRT Theater
154 Christopher Street, #3B
Manhattan

tickets: $18, available via BrownPaperTickets

Sanguine Theatre Company presents JESSICA, written by Patrick Vermillion, directed by Emily Jackson, photo by PJ Norton Sanguine Theatre Company presents JESSICA, written by Patrick Vermillion, directed by Emily Jackson, photo by PJ Norton Sanguine Theatre Company presents JESSICA, written by Patrick Vermillion, directed by Emily Jackson, photo by PJ Norton Sanguine Theatre Company presents JESSICA, written by Patrick Vermillion, directed by Emily Jackson, photo by PJ Nortonphotos by PJ Norton

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