Directed by Sam Turich
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.
Encore Broadcast On Demand November 27 through December 13
Click here to reserve Pay What You Can tickets. Tickets start at just $2 and are offered in increments up to $50. All tickets grant 72 hours of access to Quantum’s broadcast of Wild, starting from the first time you begin viewing the show.
Please note that all access will be revoked at midnight on December 13th regardless in compliance with our special license agreement.
How do I purchase tickets?
Reserve a virtual ticket using either the “Tickets” link at the top of this page, or click here. Only one ticket needs to be purchased per household. Although tickets are on sale now, the show can only be accessed from November 27th through December 13th.
How do I get into the stream?
Wild will be hosted by our ticketing system PatronManager to ensure private access to the recording.
When you finish reserving your e-ticket you will get an order confirmation. Contained in this email is a link view the broadcast. Please do not click this button until you are ready to watch the show, as your 72 hours of access begins with your first visit to this broadcast webpage.
Please note that the show will not be available to access until November 27th, and all access will be revoked on December 13th regardless of remaining time in your 72 hour access window.
Is the Encore presented in two parts?
No, unlike the original live performance it is presented as one complete work. However, your digital ticket grants 72 hours of access to please feel free to experience the play in the manner that suits you best.
Help! I have another question.
We would be happy to help. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412.362.1713.
Chris Cattell as Andrew
Lydia Gibson as Woman
Wali Jamal as Man
Systems Engineer – Hank Bullington
Scenic Design by Kelsey Garrett
Lighting Design by Hannah Kerman
Costume Design by Rachel Vallozzi
Sound Design by Drew Weinstein