Multiple Locations; Video Projections
Charles Darwin, Alfred Russel Wallace, the Creature in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and Eugenie Doe—the first bio-genetically created female—confront the ethical implications of engineering human life. Censure from small-minded moralists and the tyranny of organized religion threatens to halt science and their survival.
“For sure, Susan Mosakowski’s Man-Made is a play of ideas.”
— Andrea Stevens, New York Times
Production and Development History
Premiere: Ohio Theatre, New York (2008).
Workshop production: Ohio Theatre’s Ice Factory Festival (2004).
Reading: New York Theatre Workshop (2001).