The San Francisco Neo-Futurists present


an online event of brief digital experiences

Ezra ReavesKrys SeliLee LeBretonMarisa ConroyOlivia KingsleyShaina Wagner

This menu also features work by Neo-Futurists Siyu Song, Tonya Narvaez, Clare Palmer, Amy Langer, Sam Bertken, and Margaret McCarthy.

First time at a Neo-Futurist show? Click here for an explainer.

Setup Wizard


The World Wide Wrench is a show in which we, the San Francisco Neo-Futurists, premiere new artistic work every week. We call these works plays. Below, you'll see a menu of this week's plays, with numbers. We call it a menu because you get to order what you like—we don't choose for you!

How to Order a Play

Find a title that intrigues you, note its number, and then slide your cursor on up to the corresponding number hanging up top on our virtual "clothesline" and click!

In the Menu box below, find a title that intrigues you, and click on it! You'll be taken to a new page to experience the play. When you're done, come back to this page for more.

Why Do You Want to See These Plays?

That's a great question which you didn't ask, but we'll answer anyway. One reason is that they're all different. Some are funny, some are sad, some we thought were funny but ended up sad, and that's what we call art. Some are short films, some are sound collages, some are games for you to play at home; some are even weirder. We're using shelter-in-place as a time to stretch our boundaries.

Another reason to see these plays—we wrote them! We wrote them for you, from our lives. The San Francisco Neo-Futurists practice a little something called non-illusory theatre, which is a big fancy way of saying that we will never ask you to suspend your disbelief. We are who we are, we are where we are, and we are doing what we are doing. You'll never see us play a character in any of these pieces, and we sure as hell aren't going to pretend we're in a theatre together. We're all at home, on this website together, and the time is now.

That's It!

Enjoy the show, and we hope to see you again next week when we debut 10 more world premieres. If you like the show, tell a friend, and consider supporting our work on Patreon. If you don't like the show, tell an enemy—everybody wins!


...but only because you said the magic word...

dial-up download (a digital re-enactment)