Interaction involves a bunch of lonely kids who all live in the same
high-rise building in Manhattan but spend so much time cooped up in their apartments
on computers that none of them know one another. One inspired boy joins
artistic forces with a gifted girl and helps these kids to get off the internet,
interact in person, and ultimately become good friends - with the enthusiastic
encouragement of some wacky wise old adults who performed on the Vaudeville
stage years ago.
The kids learn that though it often seems emotionally easier to deal with
people remotely in the virtual world of cyberspace (simply delete when arguments
arise), the greater rewards of real-life friendship are worth the risks. Presented by The Fildwith Ensemble Theatre.