From this point, things get ugly, amid a rich vein of comical discourse and defensiveness around issues of privacy, revenge and pathological degrees of attention-seeking. The Russian spymaster, from his vantage, sees it all: "Soon we will have diseases of overexposure, diseases for which we still have no name." It may be strange to say, but there's something refreshing and affirming about a group of characters who, even in the face of their own mortality, can prove petty, vindictive assholes to each other. Our cyborg-selves end up pretty human after all.
FWD: LIFE GONE VIRAL
Through June 10
Thu, 8pm; Sat, 8:30pm; Sun, 7pm, $20-$50
Marsh San Francisco
1062 Valencia, SF