The Telelibrary uses cutting-edge telephonic technology to provide you with adventure, entertainment and edification from the comfort and social distance of your own home. Our catalogue is constantly changing and evolving with new selections and features, and our system is designed to adapt to your needs and preferences. Our system is friendly, easy to use, professional, and only mostly fictional.
Part Theater, part game, part self-care and all just a phone call away. To experience "The Telelibrary," simply choose your preferred time below, sign up for your 50 minute slot, and when the time comes, pick up the phone and give a ring.
SO WHAT IS THIS ANYWAY?
CAN I HAVE SOMEONE JOIN ME?
Yes. Users often have a friend or partner join them, either on speakerphone or by merging the call.
IS IT OVER? DID I MISS IT? HOW DO I GET A SLOT IF IT'S ALL BOOKED UP?
To be the first to know when that happens, join the waitlist.
CAN I CALL FROM OUTSIDE THE US?
All times are listed in EDT / GMT-4
WHAT IF I WANT TO ADD MORE THAN ONE PERSON?
WHERE CAN I FIND MORE INFO ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY OR CONTENT CONSIDERATIONS?
Further details about FAQs or the Telelibrary experience are available by request, and all Users are reminded that this System is here for you, to use as you like.
While a sense of discovery and the unknown are important parts of your session, the Telelibrary seeks to make itself accessible to as many persons as possible, and invites whatever requests you have to increase your comfort.
You are invited to email any questions, concerns about content warnings or accessibility, or requests to email@example.com.
HOW DOES PAYMENT WORK?
NO, BUT REALLY — WHAT IS IT?
Grab a slot below and find out
All times listed in Eastern Daylight Time / GMT-4
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Best. Ear. Show. Ever.
The Telelibrary gets called out in many conversations on remote performance: Listen to Kathryn Yu talk with the Knight Foundation's Discovery program about how performers are experimenting with remote performances and what is being learned about performance in the time of telepresence. Or see the Telelibrary in No Proscenium's Critic's Picks for 2020, Unforgettable Moments that defined the year, and December and May Writers Roundtables on what is working and what isn't in the age of virtual performance (spoiler: it's working).
You can also read a full review (with minimal spoilers) from No Proscenium here,
and the Telelibrary Feature (with more serious spoilers) in the Philadelphia Inquirer.