The Telelibrary is back with a brand new adventure! Using the same cutting-edge telephonic technology that made the original such a smashing success, The Telelibrary Travel Agency is here to send you on a trip to parts unknown, all without leaving the comfort and social distance of your own home. This will be a limited-run engagement, produced for Philadelphia's own SoLow Fest 2020.
Part Travel Guide, part travelogue, part remarkably-pleasant one-person game of Risk (no affiliation), and all just a phone call away. To experience "The Telelibrary Travel Agency," simply choose your preferred time below, sign up for your 45 minute slot, and when the time comes, pick up the phone and give a ring.
SO WHAT IS THIS ANYWAY?
IS THIS THE SAME THING AS THE ORIGINAL TELELIBRARY?
Almost yes, but crucially, no.
WAIT, WHAT IS THE "ORIGINAL TELELIBRARY?"
Click here - but careful: that's a one way trip.
DO I NEED TO PLAY THE ORIGINAL FIRST?
Not necessary! They can be played alone, or in either order.
CAN I CALL FROM OUTSIDE THE US?
Yes. Be sure to check the International Calls box, and you will receive separate instructions to call in via WhatsApp, Google Meets, or Skype (per your preference) instead.
All times are listed in EDT / GMT-4
WHAT IF I WANT TO ADD MORE THAN ONE PERSON?
The Telelibrary invites you to recall the last time you and two or more people tried to decide together on a restaurant.
HOW DOES PAYMENT WORK?
This is a Pay-As-You-Wish performance. After your session is complete, you will receive instructions for making any contribution you think is fair.
NO, BUT REALLY — WHAT IS IT?
No further details will be provided.
Grab a slot below and find out
All times listed in Eastern Daylight Time / GMT-4
User Feedback from Telelibrary Classic
I'd call that a thoroughly delightful 45 minutes of my life. Will definitely recommend to others and return to the Telelibrary at a later date.
See a full review (with minimal spoilers) from No Proscenium
See the Telelibrary's get a mention as No Proscenium Staff members discuss what is working and what isn't in the age of virtual performance (spoiler: it's working)