Mundo Overloadus

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Michael Lederer is an éminence grise of his generation. After growing up in the ivory towers of New Haven and Palo Alto, the son of Stanford historian Ivo Lederer has lived a variety of lives. From squatting in a teepee in his twenties to rejuvenating the arts scene on the Adriatic coast, Lederer has a refreshingly unique perspective on the highs and lows of contemporary living, examined in his first dramatic work Mundo Overloadus. At a time when we see the world through screens of our monitors and mobiles and mp3 players, Lederer lifts our social shields and tackles the trials of our 24-hour world in the play’s premiere.

Running time: 90 minutes

Sept 7-12, 2010
Tue-Sat 8pm, Sat + Sun 2pm

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