A nice example of when electronic reading begins to infect the theater, too. Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman has written a new play, Pieces, currently being performed in Toronto that concerns a husband, wife, and the surprise visit of a former lover. The time-frame moves back and forth between the present and the past, but the real twist is that the play runs in different sequences on different nights. If you go multiple nights you’ll see different versions of the same play each night. The cynic will say “gimmick,” but I think it’s a brilliant exploration of the theater’s modular nature of acts and scenes.