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Wild offers a live theatrical coup for a world turned upside down.  Three people play cat-and-mouse games in a Moscow hotel room. One is Edward Snowden, the American whistleblower whose Wikileaks dump has just transformed him into a man without a state, and the others are shady characters with offered promises of protection. Can they be trusted?

With echoes of Kafka, the play asks if individual identity is still even a thing in our perilously uncertain world. But it asks that unsettling question with humor and theatrical bravado. And Quantum’s production, built in a strange, safe place, will make you feel like you’re at the theater again.

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Chris Cattell as Andrew

Lydia Gibson as Woman

Wali Jamal as Man


Creative Team

Systems Engineer – Hank Bullington

Scenic Design by Kelsey Garrett

Lighting Design by Hannah Kerman

Costume Design by Rachel Vallozzi

Sound Design by Drew Weinstein

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