On today’s podcast, we return to Villanova University to meet with Harriet Power, director of the U.S. Premiere of Muswell Hill written by Torben Betts. Stay Tuned!
ABOUT MUSWELL HILL
FEB. 12 – 24, 2013
written by Torben Betts directed by Harriet Power
“Profound and highly original” – The Daily Telegraph. It is 2010. An earthquake in Haiti leaves one hundred thousand people dead and two million homeless. The tragic news erupts on Facebook, trends on Twitter, and instantly becomes a Wikipedia article. Meanwhile, in a posh London suburb, six “connected” people wrestle with their hunger to love and be loved as they obsess over work, weight, and what’s for dinner. Betts’ tart, timely skewering of contemporary communication weighs the promise and limitations of technology with remarkable wit, revealing profound truths about the struggle to be human in a dehumanizing age.
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