The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Presents
A Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Production
Created by Telephonic Literary Union
(Access to the experience will be available from March 12 through April 11. )
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis presents Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s production of HUMAN RESOURCES created by Telephonic Literary Union
Created by Brittany K. Allen, Christopher Chen, Hansol Jung, Sarah Lunnie, Stowe Nelson, Zeniba Now and Yuvika Tolani
Featuring Marc Bovino, David Greenspan, Jin Ha, Mia Katigbak, Brian Quijada and Ikechukwu Ufomadu
Craving human contact in the COVID age? Want to get away from it all? Dial in to the Human Resources hotline, where mystery, inspiration, and maybe even enlightenment await at the push of a button.
Together with the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and Telephonic Literary Union, The Rep presents a unique and interactive audio experience. Dial the hotline to access a menu of unexpected options, in a playful twist on the all-too-familiar customer service phone maze. Featuring new works by playwrights Brittany K. Allen, Christopher Chen, Hansol Jung and Zeniba Now, Human Resources invites callers to chart their own journey. Whether you're looking for self-knowledge, witness, or deliverance, help is only a phone call away.
--Human Resources is not a traditional theatre experience. Each participant has the opportunity to direct their own journey through the helpline, spending as much or as little time as desired.
--Your ticket gives you access to the Human Resources phone line for four days from the time you receive your access code. Call in as many times as you like to discover different experiences.
--The interactive possibilities in Human Resources make it best experienced on a smartphone. Within the journey, you may be disconnected, texted or prompted to continue. Have fun with it!