San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Generation Sex: Technology & The Taboo
Luna bares all without blushing as it dives into how technology impacts our sex lives and what we find titillating in a digital world. From sexting to Skype to online dating, the Ladies of Luna will guide you through our stories of finding love and satisfaction for the millennial generation. Catch a first glimpse of Teatro Luna’s work-in-progress as we test drive our newest scenes, stories, and musical numbers, then stick around and tell us what you think in the interactive post-show discussion and storytelling and story-collecting workshop. Your ideas just might end up on stage in the next city!
Generation Sex | Performance Incubators
Have you ever wanted to be a part of the process of making a play? Do you have wild stories you’d love to see on stage? Join the teatristas of Teatro Luna for a performance incubator of our newest playGeneration Sex - a new ensemble-devised play that bares all without blushing as it dives into how technology impacts our sex lives and what we find titillating in a digital world. From sexting to Skype to online dating, the Ladies of Luna will guide you through our stories of finding love and satisfaction for the millennial generation – and then ask you to pitch in! Launched in March 2013 at the Instituto Cervantes in Chicago, Generation Sex is Luna’s newest play-in-progress and we’re looking for contributions from all ages, races, regions, and backgrounds. Become a part of Luna’s devising process and bring your friends to this interactive theater experience. With audience polls, games, and interviews, we’ll collect your stories and turn them into scenes, musical numbers, and videos for the development of this upcoming world premiere.
When & Where
La Peña is a community cultural center with a national reputation and a global vision that promotes peace, social justice and cultural understanding through the arts, education and social action.
As a welcoming gathering place, La Peña provides opportunities for artists to share diverse cultural traditions, to create and perform their work, and to support and interface with diverse social movements.
Annually, La Peña presents over 200 events with emerging and established artists; organizes an arts education program; produces new works by local artists, presents internationally and nationally renowned artists, and houses a Latin American cafe which complements the organization's mission.