TINY ERRORS AT THE END OF THE MILLENNIUM
It’s 1999. On the competitive dance circuit, a dancer’s obsessive attempts to perfect her routine for a panel of judges threaten to take over her life. Meanwhile, the world around her grows increasingly obsessed with Y2K, boy bands, guns, celebrity...laying the groundwork for the world we find ourselves in today. By examining the seemingly inconsequential mistakes we made at the end of the 20th century, Tiny Errors at the End of the Millennium wants to know: “How did we get here?”
Tiny Errors at the End of the Millennium was created by The Syndicate with lead writer Alanna Coby, and presented September 13-16 at IRT Theater in NYC as part of Syndicated, produced by The Syndicate, and performed by Jackie Rivera, Jehan O. Young, Maria Ximena Salgado, Janouke Goosen, Megan Paradis Hanley, and Alanna Coby. Directed by Mikhaela Mahoney.