A Play About Sex, Love & The Internet
by Sheridan Johnson and Ashira Montano
A THRESHOLD ART COLLECTIVE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION
Threshold Art Collective presents #DyingToTextGary, an original multimedia exploration of love, sex and the internet. This brand new play is a living, changing piece of theater that travels the state to bring you the most current stories from this technological generation in your own back yard.
#DyingToTextGary had its debut this Valentine’s Day as part of the One Billion Rising Revolution in Santa Fe. This April, it enjoyed a full run in Madrid, NM at the Engine House Theatre starring Quinn Mander, Ashira Montano, Caiti Lord and Sheridan Johnson. Look for #DyingToTextGary Version 3.0 this summer in Albuquerque!
A functioning collage of experiences ranging from the profoundly personal to the almost alien, #DyingToTextGary features original songs by Los Angeles musician Lee Goffin-Bonenfant, real-life responses from the depths of the World Wide Web, stories submitted from around the country, and original writing from Threshold Art Collective’s resident group.
#DyingToTextGary is an eclectic and grippingly honest look into technology’s myriad impacts on our own personal lives and relationships.
When we can access virtually everything and anyone at the touch of a button, where exactly do we go next? With so many connections available, how do we know which ones are real?
#DyingToTextGary was created by Ashira Montano and Sheridan Johnson. #DyingToTextGary features adult themes and strong language and is not recommended for children. If you would like to get involved, we are always welcoming new voices into the fray! Please send your stories or queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.