Hacker theatre troupe in Berlin to stage "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth"

This is pretty cool: Berlin's C-base, home to the Chaos Communications Club, has spawned a theatre troupe called C-artre. They've produced a theatrical adaptation of my short story "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth" (from my collection Overclocked) and they're staging it later this month at Berlin's Transmediale festival.
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8 Responses to “Hacker theatre troupe in Berlin to stage "When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth"”

  1. Felix Michalski says:

    Chaos Computer Club ;)

  2. ldobe says:

    AAAre there any plans for a webcast or recording?

    I’d love to see it.

  3. Paul Renault says:

    Yeah, it could totally be staged as a play.  Congrats, Cory!

  4. mark w. says:

    That’s awesome, I’ll be in Berlin for CTM and hope I can catch this, so much amazing stuff going on between CTM and Transmediale 

  5. Neil Shurley says:

    I’m curious, Cory. How did the rights situation get handled? 

    • macro says:

      There is free entry to all three shows at c-base and we will publish the play, the videos, screen material etc. under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 license as well

  6. Michael says:

    Actually, the c-base and Chaos Computer Club are two separate clubs…

  7. macro says:

    There is a recording, may be live streaming. And the play is in german.

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