The year is 2107 and Jay has just started work at a mysterious government agency. But when faced with a terrible choice, he soon discovers his dream job has a dark side… A futuristic tragicomedy exploring climate change, bureaucracy and betrayal.
Praise for Rupture
‘Drawing on the recent political upheaval both in the UK and US, Sweet’s play Rupture is set in a dystopian future, where main character Jay finds himself conflicted by a newfound role at the government agency he works for. Using genuine and current socio-political concerns such as global warming, state control, and international conflict, Rupture offers audiences a glimpse into a worrying future not so distant or unrecognisable from our own.’ gal-dem.com
“Easily up there with some of Black Mirror’s best work. Hilarious, moving and capable of some deft sci-fi slights of hand, Rupture’s script is one the best sci-fi stories produced this year.” -Carl Anka (The Independent/HUCK/Joe.co.uk)
Karla Marie Sweet
Karla has over six years storytelling experience through her work at the BBC, Sony Pictures Entertainment and various indies. She is currently working as an Assistant Radio Producer for the BBC across Radio 1 and 1Xtra.
While a Production Trainee at the BBC, Karla worked in the script department of long running medical drama Casualty, working with writers and script editors to develop first drafts all the way through to the final shooting script.
It was during this time that she wrote her first play and submitted it to the Grin Theatre Company’s Young Playwrights Competition, which she subsequently won. Her short play The Blue Touch was staged over three nights in June 2014.
Karla won an Ideastap brief, which resulted in six months of script mentoring with a Development Executive at Cowboy Films. She has since been shortlisted for Theatre503's residency scheme 503-Five. Karla is also developing a six-part mystery thriller for ITV Studios and co-developing a drama series for Lime Pictures. She is represented by Sam Greenwood and Nish Panchal at Curtis Brown.
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