28 Feb '12, 1am
Only 2 more (free) performances of Future Perfect, commissioned by NUS' Centre for Biomedical Ethics, at the...
3 stories are intertwined in this brand new play about human enhancement. The first is about a couple. Melissa and Joe, who take the Youth Fountain serum. Can the couple live to the age of 200 years? The second story features a shop at the market which sells stem cells and the unlikely friendship that develops between seller Sam and Gina. In the third story, a young husband and his mother visit Designer Babies, a new centre which creates perfect babies through genetic modification. Light-hearted, dramatic and sometime poignant, Future Perfect is the perfect educational play to highlight issues of biomedical ethics and to leave students wanting more.