I Have No Enemies (POSTPONED)

Four people wearing black with coloured face paint.
Textured divide

Category

Theatre

Location

Gorman Arts Centre

When

Postponed - New dates TBC

Venue

Ralph Wilson Theatre

UPDATE: Due to COVID-related disruptions to production, I Have No Enemies has been postponed until a later date to be confirmed.

An original post-dramatic play about surveillance, data collection, and how we make sense of our place in the digital world.

After stumbling upon a private voicemail full of sensitive information, four actors embark on a morally-ambiguous sociological experiment to untangle the reality of life online. Who are you trusting with your data? Who’s behind the screens? What if it’s a group of unhinged sociopaths like us?

It’s a cyberpunk detective story. It’s a maniacal TED talk. It’s a live-action 90s hacker movie. And it’s all true. We think. We’re getting confused. And paranoid. We’re probably on a watchlist. Not that we’ve done anything wrong. We’ve nothing to hide. We have no enemies. Has anyone actually read the terms & conditions?

Confronting, enlightening and absurdly entertaining, I Have No Enemies is radical contemporary theatre that decodes the uncomfortable truth of life through a lens.

Box Office and Bar open from 7 pm, performance begins at 7.30 pm. Latecomers may not be admitted.

I Have No Enemies is presented by Bare Witness Theatre Co., in partnership with Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres, and supported by the ACT Government through artsACT.