#9. When I got the collateral press material on Megacosm, there wasn’t a lot of description. When I chatted with Playwright Brett Neveu a couple days before the premiere, there wasn’t a lot of description. When I saw Megacosm, there was a surprise with ‘stunning implications!’
A Red Orchid Theatre presents the world premiere of Megacosm. Chris has a new invention. Britt is the man in charge of product development. Francis is Chris’ neighbor and Britt’s colleague. She arranges for Chris and Britt to meet. Outside the company walls, an uprising threatens operations. Inside the work place, espionage suspicions endanger lives. Into this tumultuous environment, Chris opens a box to reveal his startling and disturbing creation… Megacosm. What is a Megacosm? A Sci-Fi, corporate corruption, comedy!
Check out the rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
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Tags: A Red Orchid Theatre, Brett Neveu, Christa van Baale, Christine Pascual, Dado, Danny McCarthy, David Steiger, Duncan Riddell, Eden Strong, John Dalton, Joseph Court, Katy Walsh, Larry Grimm, Matt Gawryk, Meg Lindsey, Megacosm, Michael Brosilow, OddMachine, Sam Deutsch, Seth Hendricks, Walter Briggs