Solo performance of spoken-word musical theater by David Lee Morgan, a London, UK, and BBC Poetry Slam champion.
A computer wakes up in the year 2035, on the eve of a world socialist revolution… Fighting has broken out all over the globe. For the first time, the US military has used tactical nuclear weapons against its own population — to destroy the Los Angeles Commune. Suddenly, all communication stops. A new player arrives on the scene, a singularity, a computer exploding into consciousness and fighting for sanity through a barrage of conflicting images and downloaded personalities.
The play follows the intertwined stories of Hamida, a leader in the South Asian Socialist Alliance; her daughter, Sulthana; and Amparo, a leader in the Los Angeles Commune, and her son Jesse, a veteran of the South Asian War.