Statement from Nashville Repertory Theatre: We sincerely hope to be bring you these amazing titles as soon as possible. However, the safety of our artists and our audiences is our primary concern. We won’t be announcing any in-person performance plans until we believe it’s safe to do so, based on local health regulations, Actors Equity Association guidelines, and the guidance of our own experts.
By Nate Eppler
Where do your posts go when you die? A cutting-edge chatbot unintentionally becomes a digital monument when one of its creators dies unexpectedly, leaving his loved ones to argue over ownership of the digital remains – and their own grief. Primary User is a millennial ghost story and an examination of disconnection and grief in the age of loneliness. Nashville Rep is proud to present Primary User, first debuted at the 2017 Ingram New Works Festival by Nashville Repertory Theatre’s very own playwright-in-residence, Nate Eppler. Part of the Contemporary American Voice series, playing in repertory with Jocelyn Bioh’s School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play.
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