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SpaceXPat

Pat is an astronaut on the International Space Station, currently on a shared mission with a fellow American, and two Russian astronauts. He's reached breaking point with events on Earth so unilaterally decides to stay on the Space Station and not return to Earth. Pat’s wife, Kaye, is not happy about this. Pat’s mission partner, Mike, is not happy about this. The Russians are not happy about this. NASA is not happy about this. The only person who doesn’t see this as a problem is Pat. Is Pat losing his mind or is he the only one who sees clearly?

SPACEXPAT

by Vince LiCata

Directed and Produced by Andy Jordan

Cast: Kirsten Foster, Paul Albertson and Daniel Francis


Pat is an astronaut on the International Space Station, currently on a shared mission with a fellow American, and two Russian astronauts. He's reached breaking point with events on Earth so unilaterally decides to stay on the Space Station and not return to Earth. Pat’s wife, Kaye, is not happy about this. Pat’s mission partner, Mike, is not happy about this. The Russians are not happy about this. NASA is not happy about this. The only person who doesn’t see this as a problem is Pat. Is Pat losing his mind or is he the only one who sees clearly?


Vince LiCata’s science-based plays have been produced across the US, in Thailand, and have been recorded for use in university biology classrooms. His plays have focused on HIV drug development, ageing research, graduate student-mentor conflicts, science activism, autism, climate change, petroleum, research ethics enforcement, the structure of DNA, and cloning.

Andy Jordan’s recent productions include Insufficiency and Ego at ZSpace Theatre, San Francisco; a sound installation, part of the Spellbound: Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft exhibition at the Ashmoleon Museum, Oxford; and the new play The Inn at Lydda at Shakespeare’s Globe (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse). Andy Jordan Productions has produced over fifty shows in London, on tour and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, most recently COPS at Southwark Playhouse.

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