Something like a concert, something like a play, told in songs and stories.

Written and performed by Mona Pirnot
Directed by Lucas Hnath

Onstage there's a table. On the table there's a laptop. The playwright sits at the table with her back to the audience. The playwright opens the laptop. From the laptop, we hear the voice of a text-to-speech tool named Microsoft David. Microsoft David reads the playwright's stories out loud. In-between the stories, the playwright plays songs.

Mona Pirnot is an NYC based playwright, songwriter and member of EST/Youngblood. Plays include Private (Mosaic Theater, Mirrorbox Theatre, 2019 Kilroy's List) and Offshore Clinical Trials (2019 EST/Sloan commission.) She was the 2014-15 Literary Fellow at Center Theatre Group and Williamstown Theatre Festival's 2019 Playwright in Residence.

Lucas Hnath's plays have been produced on Broadway at the Lyceum and John Golden; Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, Playwrights Horizons, Soho Rep and Ensemble Studio Theatre; and premiered work regionally at the Goodman, Center Theatre Group, Humana Festival of New Plays, Victory Gardens and South Coast Repertory. He is a New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspect, a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, and an alumnus of New Dramatists.