We have a younger and an older version of the script to make it suitable for the age and level of the audience.
For lower-intermediate; intermediate students and advanced students.
From 12 to 18 years old
50 minutes to 1 hour
D.T. (Digital Twin) is our comic exaggeration of our digitalised world where we exist more and more online.
D.T. is the story of Elliot, a 16 year old student, whose best life is lived online. He feels safer there; stronger, less shy and awkward. He just wishes his life would be half as good as his online image.
Be careful what you wish for, right? Elliot answers a simple questionnaire; just one click and two mysterious strangers appear: who offer him the perfect solution: a free virtual digital twin that can do all the stuff Elliot finds difficult, embarrassing, boring.
Through a series of sketches put together to form a narrative, D.T. takes a hilarious, yet somewhat chilling, look at a world that is getting out of control.
D.T. is a highly comic, involving piece, very much in our home style. And we have a younger and an older version of the script to make it suitable for the age and level of the audience.
We pride ourselves that we have always aimed to perform for the audience in front of us but these new “choice points” that the audience has, in all our plays this year, helps us adapt the performance even more to the level and taste of each audience. We do keep, of course, ultimate control ourselves in what is appropriate and what is not.
Our plays are written and rehearsed to be adaptable; so they can be performed in any venue.
Including a full pack of activities and exercises focussing on comprehension, language, themes and skills work.
Our professional native speaking actors are trained by us to adapt and modify their performance according to the audience’s reactions.