Daniel Radcliffe to Play in Privacy at the Public Theater

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Daniel Radcliffe will be a Part of the Play “Privacy”.

Daniel Radcliffe, who played Harry Potter in the J.K. Rowling series, will be a part of the play “Privacy”.

Daniel Radcliffe may have faced tough times with his alcohol addiction once upon a time but today he is bitten by another bug. That is the stage bug.

He will be starring in the play “Privacy” which will be held at the Public Theater from July 5th to August 7th. The play has been penned by James Graham.

Its director is Josie Clarke. The basic issue that is shown in the play is technology and the concomitant problems having to do with breach of privacy.

Radcliffe will play the role of a writer in the play. Among the cast members may be included: De’Adre Aziza, Raffi Barsoumian, Michael Countryman, Rachel Dratch and Reg Rogers.

These characters play the roles of political leaders, media journalists and technologists that control public opinion.

According to NYDailyNews, the play basically reveals all there is to know about our technological choices and the ramifications they have in everyday life.

The surveillance society that has been enabled thanks to the information superhighway that is the Internet is also explored in depth. Daniel Radcliffe will definitely be enjoying the role he gets in this play.

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