San Diego, CA – The Script Company is proud to announce the acquisition of BIG BROTHER 2019, an epic dystopian drama, written by Scot Lahaie. The play is available for perusal upon request, and The Script Company stands ready to negotiate performance rights for interested producing groups.
BIG BROTHER is a techno-savvy blend of theater and media that takes its inspiration from George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984. The play is set in a not-too-distant future in a declining America where political apathy has led to the rise of a secret organization whose express purpose is to control the nation through technological superiority. Big Brother’s immediate goal is to make America ungovernable by pitting its citizenry against itself until Marshall Law can be declared, effectively destroying the democracy from within. The play follows a young hacker named Spartacus as he wages a one-man cyberwar against Big Brother, who in turn unleashes the full resources of the organization to eliminate him. The epic battle of wills that plays out across the Net ignites a grassroots uprising that promises to rekindle the flame of American democracy.
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