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85-year-old Marjorie (Anne Reid)– who is rapidly losing touch with reality – has a handsome new companion who mysteriously is able to recall the story of her life for her. Who is he and where did he come from? This Pulitzer Prize nominated play explores the mysteries of human identity and whether artificial intelligence is a possible substitute for human emotion.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates05 March – 6 May 2023.
Venue InformationMenier Chocolate Factory53 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU
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Interview with Marjorie Prime’s Tony Jayawardena
What does it mean to be human in the modern age? Set in a world where technology has advanced to the point of creating lifelike holograms that help ease our grief and despair, Jordan Harrison's latest thought-provoking production, Marjorie Prime (at the Menier Chocolate Factory) asks difficult questions about what it means to be human and whether artificial intelligence can ever truly replace the human experience.
We caught up with star of Marjorie Prime, Tony Jayawardena, whose distinguished career in theatre has included appearances in The Tempest, and East is East. He also has an impressive list of television credits to his name, such as Ackley Bridge and The Crown. Here, he talks about all things rehearsals, how he prepared for his role in Marjorie Prime and what he thinks about the story.
27 Feb, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas