The Lattice Crashes: Workshop Production
Unless a computer technician on the super-network can recover the "true story" about a gay-bashing event at a college in 2002, the incident will be deleted from history. Yet no one is telling the truth—not the victim, not the assailant, and certainly not their mothers.
Featuring a cast of seven and set literally inside a computer network, The Lattice Crashes is conceived as a two-act play with live performances by seven principal actors, interspersed with multimedia components and experimental sound.
SEITU JEMEL HART, Executive Producer
Seitu Jemel Hart is an accomplished leader in the fields of entertainment, communications, civic affairs and the arts. Over the last decade he has raised millions of dollars for charities ranging from the arts to health and produced events reaching thousands of consumers all over the country.
PAT GOLDEN, Director
Pat Golden is a theatre director and established filmmaker. She has directed staged readings and workshops at NYSF/Public Theater, EST, New Dramatists, Ken Urban's theatre, the Committee, Dramatists Guild, INTAR, New Federal, NYU, and the Cherry Lane. Pan was also a Director Observer in the Lark Play Development Lab and adjudicator for New Dramatists Princess Grace Awards in Playwriting.
DEREK LEE MCPHATTER, Playwright
His recent play, Citizen Jane, was featured in the Horse Trade Theater Group's Fire This Time Festival in February 2010. He is a member of the Harlem Arts Alliance and holds a bachelor's degree from Morehouse College and a Master's in Humanities from NYU.
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