Courtesy of Moonbox Productions

How to Not Save the World with Mr. Bezos

Part of the Boston New Works Festival, presented by Moonbox Productions in Martin Hall in the Calderwood Pavilion at BCA 

A throne of red Solo cups, a pile of teeth, the ghost of Pete Seeger, and a little something for dinner. It’s 2030, and it’s illegal to be a billionaire. Jeffrey Bezos has agreed to give an interview in exchange for information on the federal case against him. But there’s something off about journalist Cherry Beaumont, a crowd is forming outside, and the onstage Fact Checker has a few important clarifications to make. In this near-future fairy tale, the fall of capitalism is about to get very messy.


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