Robots have taken control of the planet and executed most of the human race. Those who survived have been forced to work in mines.
When Executive Bot writes a play, he drags Giles, a theatre director, out of the mines and orders him to direct a production for a robot audience.
Written & directed by Travis Cotton
Performed by Daniel Frederiksen, Simon Maiden, Natasha Jacobs and Paul Goddard
Produced by Paul Ashcroft
Running time: 90 minutes
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Robots Vs Art Reviewed by Cameron Woodhead at Behind the Critical Curtain, 7 June, 2012
The word ‘robot’ comes to us from the theatre, first used in Czech playwright Karel Capek’s R.U.R. (1920).