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posted: 9/14/2012 1:49 PM

'AutoSave' comedy debuts in Bartlett

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  • The "AutoSave" cast, from left, are: Tony Pellegrino, Donna Latham, Debra Fowler, Niykee Heaton, Rita Lopienski, Marrisa Langlais and Scott Surowiecki. Not pictured are Russ Devereaux, Chris Binetti, and Galen Malick.

      The "AutoSave" cast, from left, are: Tony Pellegrino, Donna Latham, Debra Fowler, Niykee Heaton, Rita Lopienski, Marrisa Langlais and Scott Surowiecki. Not pictured are Russ Devereaux, Chris Binetti, and Galen Malick.
    Courtesy of Arts in Bartlett

 
Submitted by Rita Lopienski

A new production "AutoSave," premiered by Arts in Bartlett's Adult Theatre, will be presented at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 28 and 29, and 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at the Bartlett Nature Center auditorium at James "Pate" Phillip State Park, 2054 W. Stearns Road, Bartlett.

"AutoSave" is an original comedy written and directed by Arts in Bartlett Adult Theatre veteran Russ Devereaux of St. Charles. This humorous play follows Mattie, a rising star in the corporate world. We meet her as she is trying to save a very important report on her computer. Her mundane attempt to store a document goes haywire, resulting in Mattie being transported inside her computer. As she gathers her bearings, she learns she is in a brave new world.

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Throughout the rest of her journey, she meets an array of technology's most notorious characters: a helpful paper clip named Clippy, a pushy salesman who goes by the name eBay, and a valiant soldier named Norton.

Mattie's adventure culminates in an intensive battle between good and evil, technology and simplicity, Twitter and YouTube.

Tickets are $10 each. Live music is included in the performance and refreshments will be served after the play. Tickets can be purchased online at www.artsinbartlett.org or at the Bartlett Gallery and Center for the Arts, 118 W. Bartlett Ave., No. 2.

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