A New Theory of Vision

Lee Krebs, professor of philosophy, specializes in the works of George Berkeley, who proposed that because reality could simply be sensations in the mind, that it wasn’t real. When a bright but socially-awkward young student proposes a simulation project that brings the philosopher back to life, Lee’s ghosts are brought to life with it. A New Theory of Vision asks the question – if life is a dream, are we responsible for its impact? And how are we to do good?

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cast: 6 (2 F, 4M)
set: Unit set
length: 90 min.


Off-Broadway: Produced by Sanctuary: Playwrights Theatre (New York, NY)

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