The Right To Be Forgotten

Kate Smith (Director)

Research output: Non-textual outputs, including Creative WorksCreative Works - Live Performance

Abstract

The Right To Be Forgotten a devised 60 minute stage play. Performed at the Ponton Theatre on the 11th and 12 May, 2011 at Charles Sturt University It's time to face reality ' but which one. The Right to be Forgotten A devised theatre performance Directed by Kate Smith What if you were given the chance construct a new identity? Who's watching you online? How do you want to be remembered? The Right to be Forgotten is a dark parody exploring what happens when online fantasy trancends reality. Social media is an inescapable and often controversial aspect of daily life. "Stalking", "Frape", identity theft, our online reputations and privacy (or lack their of) are pivotal issues directly affecting us all.First year Theatre/Media students at Charles Sturt University explore these themes in a funny and insightful, pastiche of the virtual world. A blend of cabaret, circus, dance and comedy, this devised piece of theatre showcases the talent of future graduates from the School of Communication and Creative Industries
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPonton Theatre Charles Sturt University
PublisherCharles Sturt University
Media of outputArtwork
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventIt's time to face reality ' but which one -
Duration: 11 May 201112 May 2011

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