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e-Geaux @ Artisphere
One night only!
Thursday, February 16
Artisphere - 1101 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22209 (map)
Performance followed by Tweet Slam with poet Holly Bass. $2 drinks with e-Geaux (beta) ticket stub!
- "Have you ever wanted to put a Facebook friend on autopilot? Make them think you care without the time commitment of leaving a meaningful birthday message or the trouble of reading their ranting comments. A "like" here, a comment there - just enough to make it believable? Well, Pepys Inc. has what you've been looking for." - NPR, All Things Considered
- "[Audiences] can say they were there, that they witnessed a beta testing of e-Geaux, before it became the next big app that forever transformed the dynamics of the theater and the limits of social media." - Washington City Paper
- The only DC show where you turn your phone ON!
- Audiences will opt-in to the e-Geaux application with their real Facebook data!
- Every demo is different, because you are special.
- Exclusive access to e-Geaux Boost™
- Unlock unique shirt badges.
* Optimized for Android and Apple mobile devices, but fun for everyone.
Audiences attending the e-Geaux demo will opt-in to Pepys Inc.'s application, loaning their real, live Facebook data to the show for an hour.
While the tone of the show is lighthearted, we are deadly serious about the privacy and security of your data. One hour following each show, Pepys Inc. will sever all connections to your Facebook account and delete all copies of audience data existing on our servers.
About Pepys Inc.
Pepys Inc. is an art collective and parody tech startup founded in 2010 by Artists/Producers Amy Couchoud and Joseph Price. We bring together technologists, data analysts, writers, and performers to create real mobile applications and theatrical experiences that challenge our assumptions about our personal relationships with technology.
- Joseph Price (Producer/Performer) is a playwright, storyteller, and technologist. His past Fringe credits include This Digital Life: Basic Instructions for Coping with the 21st Century (Writer/Producer), Hopelessly Devoted (Producer), The Sin Show (Performer), and Logic, Luck and Love (Co-Director). He is a member of the faculty of Washington's SpeakeasyDC and has told stories on their stage about wrestling over a garter belt, streaking, and his Google Calendar. By day he is a business analyst with Threespot, a digital communications agency in Columbia Heights. He also hosts The Tongue Party.
- Amy Couchoud (Producer/Director) is a four-year veteran of the Capital Fringe Festival whose past productions include the sold-out runs of Chocolate Jesus (Director), Chocolate Jesus: The Resurrection (Director), The Sin Show (Co-Director) and Logic, Luck and Love (Co-Director). Amy is a director, producer, teaching artist and former stage manager who is proud to have worked at numerous Washington, DC theatres. She is a former faculty-member of the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory and currently teaches at SpeakeasyDC.
- Catherine Deadman (Collaborator) is thrilled to be a part of e-Geaux and the Capital Fringe Festival. Catherine performs regularly as a member of Washington Improv Theater troupe onesixtyone and has appeared in numerous WIT films that have been featured at the DC Short Film Festival and the 48 Hour Film Festival. She has also acted with numerous DC theaters including Studio, Studio Secondstage, Catalyst, Constellation, and Source. She is a graduate of the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory.
- Julie Garner (Collaborator) is attracted to artistic projects that are different and a little bit scary. She started out doing improv 15 years ago, and has since become a teacher, traveled with the circus, and performed with numerous DC theaters (including Studio, Imagination Stage, Forum, Rorschach, Faction of Fools, Molotov, Lean and Hungry, and Constellation.) She is currently a teaching artist at Imagination Stage and The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory. She also does relatively non-scary things like film, commercials, industrials and voice overs. juliegarner.com
- Chuck Harmston (Developer/Data Analyst) has quickly become a regular in the DC performing arts community. In addition to performances at two regular SpeakeasyDC events, he took the stage at their sold-out INTERSECTIONS festival production Mixed, Blended, Shaken, & Stirred: Stories about Today's American Family. He pseudonymously pens posts for a well-regarded culture blog, and his business card calls him a web developer and digital communications strategist at Threespot.
- Derek Hills (Performer) is a storyteller and writer from Washington, DC. He has been a regular on the SpeakeasyDC stage since 2009 and was a part of its 2010 Valentine's Day special, Sucker for Love 2. He has also appeared with Vijai Nathan in her Fan-Freaking-Tastic variety show. His sketch comedy group, Seven Gram Rocks!, is in its first season and performs with Tiger's Blood Theater in Arlington, VA. Derek also studies improv at the Washington Improv Theater.
- Allen Leis (Developer) grew up playing the son of two theatre nuts who met in a mental hospital. Despite these auspicious origins, he is reasonably sane, and has crafted web experiences for clients including the DOD, U.S. Senate, and State Department. He loves cats and brunettes (but in different ways), and can often be found at the bocce field.
- Jason Pittman (Performer) is a storyteller, writer, and public school teacher at Hollin Meadows Science and Math Focus School. He can be seen performing regularly at Vijai Nathan's Fan-Freaking-Tastic or on the SpeakeasyDC stage, and was included in their sold out Top Shelf show last fall. Jason was also among the original cast of the Scofield Coda, and was recently recognized by the National Science Teacher's Association as their Early Educator of the Year.
- Hannah Poferl (Data Analyst) is brand new to the Capital Fringe Festival, having recently moved to D.C. from Minneapolis, MN. Hannah works in the digital world, focusing on agency business development, web analytics, search engine optimization and everything else tech, design or development related. Working in a creative industry has naturally led to her curiosity in the arts and desire to participate in this year�s Fringe.
Contact Pepys, Inc.
General inquiries, app ideas, questions about your data: firstname.lastname@example.org
Press inquiries: Amy Couchoud, email@example.comFacebook Twitter