When: Thursdays-Saturdays, 7 p.m. Continues through Feb. 4 2017
Funky's serving up another world premiere play, this one written by local playwright Jeremiah Miller, and directed by company member Dylan McClintock.
The plot follows a girl living in a retro-science-fiction society, in which the government records peoples' memories in order to keep them in line. She's about to undergo the biomechanical upgrade required of all adults, and she has to come to terms with her fate — or fight against it.
Love, rebellion and social commentary about freedom and corporate America — what's not to like? Just remember to leave the kids at home. This one gets heavy.
Thursdays-Saturdays through Feb. 4, 7 p.m. Funky Little Theater Company, 2109 Templeton Gap Road, $12-$15, funkylittletheater.org.