Directed by Lisa Peterson, the performance will feature the talents of Steven Boyer, Maggie Lacey, Nancy Robinette and Michael Stuhlbarg. Show time is 7 PM.
Pure, according to press notes, is described as such: "Alan Turing, the queer, British mathematician whose ideas would usher in the digital age, works obsessively to complete his great work: a machine capable of thinking, learning, and — one day — living. But when his life and work are put on trial, Alan must confront the painful connection between his pursuit of artificial life and his first love's death."
Pamatmat's plays also include Thunder Aboves, Deeps Below; Beautiful Day; New; Unstick the Woman; and Picture 24 as well as the short plays Ain't Meat and 1260 Minute Life.
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* The series will continue March 16 at 7 PM with Samuel Brett Williams' The Frat directed by Sam Gold.