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An original post-dramatic play about surveillance, data collection, and how we make sense of our place in the digital world.


After stumbling upon a 7-minute voicemail full of sensitive information, four actors make an audience complicit in a morally-ambiguous sociological experiment that raises uncomfortable questions about our agency in a system we barely comprehend.


Disentangling this new normal, where our movements, opinions, emotions, connections, and transactions are routinely tracked and used to manipulate behaviour, I Have No Enemies distorts the lines between fact and fiction in a sophisticated structure that reflects the confusion of our increasingly virtual reality.

The initial draft was workshopped in a 2-week development at Belco Arts in March 2021, culminating in an 80-minute work-in-progress showing.

Supported by Belconnen Arts Centre.