19 min

Proxies by Natalie Zutter DTC Radio

    • Performing Arts

Five years in the future... the gig economy has expanded to include emotional labor: just as you can catch an Uber or outsource your errands to TaskRabbit, you can hire an emotional labor proxy to break up with someone, educate people to be more “woke,” and cut toxic people out of your life. When Jo takes on the proxy gig of cutting off contact between Frank and his estranged daughter, she never imagines that she will see him through anyone else’s eyes, least of all her own.

Proxies was recorded in its entirety on November 10 in New York City featuring Liz Regan and Sean Williams. It was written by Natalie Zutter, and directed by Kristen Tomanocy. Sound engineering by Liz Regan. Sound design and editing by Tyler Grimes. Play development by Jamie Johnson. Artwork by Emanuela Brumana. dtc radio theme by Spencer Robelen. All other music and sounds used with permission from Audioblocks. Hosted by Pip Gengenbach.

Five years in the future... the gig economy has expanded to include emotional labor: just as you can catch an Uber or outsource your errands to TaskRabbit, you can hire an emotional labor proxy to break up with someone, educate people to be more “woke,” and cut toxic people out of your life. When Jo takes on the proxy gig of cutting off contact between Frank and his estranged daughter, she never imagines that she will see him through anyone else’s eyes, least of all her own.

Proxies was recorded in its entirety on November 10 in New York City featuring Liz Regan and Sean Williams. It was written by Natalie Zutter, and directed by Kristen Tomanocy. Sound engineering by Liz Regan. Sound design and editing by Tyler Grimes. Play development by Jamie Johnson. Artwork by Emanuela Brumana. dtc radio theme by Spencer Robelen. All other music and sounds used with permission from Audioblocks. Hosted by Pip Gengenbach.

19 min

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