Written by Sam Morris
In a dystopian world where light is currency anything is possible
LUX, takes place in a dystopian world, posing questions that parallel the ones we face today.
How will we remember those times in the dark?
How will we emerge from this place?
What will we become?
People live in the dark. The surface isn’t safe. Light is currency.
At its heart, Lux is a ‘what if’ story. By taking a simple step away from money as currency, familiar situations can be examined anew.
The play follows Gabe - a recovered drug addict - trying to make good on his past. But, in doing so, he ruins his chances of success. Instead, Gabe stumbles upon a hidden world of guerrilla warfare, where those deemed useless by society can find hope, and the promise of a brighter future.
It’s a play about escape, dealers and addicts, attempts at redemption, and what it means to have value.
CAST & ORCHESTRA
Pim van Amerongen
Stage manager - Diana Macari
Set designer - Ia Enstera
Lighting designer - Tom Wickens
Sound designer - Melcher Meirmans and Nando Eweg (Recsound)
Costume designer - Viivi Salokangas
Program designer - Katerina Georgakopulou
Poster Designer - Ines Serrano
Poster photo - Milk Bottle Photography
Paintings by - Ann Oakley
Front of House Manager - Miruna Gabor
Special Thanks to - Caorline Geiser, Raphel Dias, Bril Koffie, Monk's Coffee, Rob Wieringa