The Wapshot Whatever: The Secret Lives of Computer programs Susan I. Weinstein

About This Show

The Wapshot Whatever: The Secret Lives of Computer Programs creates the twilight look and feel of internet imaginings and the electronic landscape. The story begins with a stray Rogue program and Off-Shore commercial server bundled together who merge in ways unplanned by their creators. In this lingo play, programs bear traces of their human origins yet are inhuman. Owners outside their box are shadows that interact, a shock of worlds within worlds in this dark and funny play.

about the artists

Chelsea Rodriguez, modern dancer & drag performer, has performed at Dixon Place, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, The producers’ Club, Joyce SoHo.

Nathaniel Taylor-Leach, actor and theatre educator, is a member of the sketch comedy troupe, Dinner For One, from May appearing monthly at the People’s Improv Theater.

Lauren Elizabeth, actor, director, performer, heads her own production company, Street Cirque, which combines traditional stage and circus.

(collaborator) Sara Minisquero, actress, director, stage manager performed in Regeneration Theatre’s AS IS in February  and She-Moon at The Muse, Brooklyn.

(Director) Vincent Santvoord is co-founder of the Brooklyn based theater collective, Built for Collapse and Motel Room Studios.

(playwright) Susan I. Weinstein‘s plays have been produced by A.C.T., at The Harold Clurman Theater, read or performed at The Public Theater, Trinity Rep &  Truant Arts. Her adaptation of The Little Mermaid was performed at Toykraft in Williamsberg. She is the author of The Anarchist’s Girlfriend.


Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 7:30pm

General Admission

$15 in advance

$18 at the door


$12 in advance

$15 at the door

Estimated Runtime
60 minutes

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Directed by

Vincent Santvoord


Chelsea Rodriguez, Sara Minisquero, Nathaniel Taylor-Leach, Danny Tay*

*Actors appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association