During rehearsals, actors and crew members all take part in the staging and creative process of the show. (Courtesy photo)

Following Dos Pueblos Theatre Company’s multi-media, drive-in, production of “Pippin,” and its immersive “Mystery at the Masquerade,” DP Theatre Company will present “Love and Information,” 7 p.m. Nov. 12-13 and 2 p.m. Nov. 13.

Co-director Gioia Marchese describes the piece as “an experimental, non-linear, unconventional piece of theater, perfect for our Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok times. Groundbreaking playwright Caryl Churchill captures our search for love and meaning in lives that are increasingly fragmented and often overwhelmed by too much external input.”

“Love and Information” explores the delicate balance between polarities: head and heart, known and unknown, belief and unbelief, love and information.

“It’s a play that will make audiences laugh, cry, ponder, and reflect, just as we, the company, have done throughout rehearsals,” said cast member Michelle Capuno.

“We’ve had to give shape to scripts that offer us essentially nothing in terms of setting, characters and context-which is very annoying if you’re a performer who struggles with the ambiguous, like myself,” said actor Ian Ferguson. “But that’s actually where the rehearsal process is at its most enjoyable.

“When I first read through one of the scenes I had to do for the show, I did it in a pirate voice and it just worked for some reason. In any other show that would be shut down by a director in a heartbeat, but here it makes sense.”

Playwright Churchill refuses to talk about any of her work because she believes her plays “speak for themselves.”

“Like Churchill, we hope our concept will speak for itself, allowing audiences to draw their own meaning and conclusions,” said technical director and lighting/set designer Noel Greer.

Rehearsals have been fully collaborative with actors and crew members suggesting ideas for staging and conceptualizing throughout the process.

“We hope you enjoy the ride as viewers as much as we’ve enjoyed the journey as co-creators,” said co-director Clark Sayre.

Tickets, which can be purchased at the door and online, are $12 for adults, $10 for students, $8 for students with ASB (gold) cards. To buy tickets online, click here. Limited seating available.