“It’s the age of artificial intelligence, and 85-year-old Marjorie has a handsome new companion – a computerized replica of her deceased husband who’s been programmed to keep her company and remind her of a time when life was sweeter. But is talking about our past as satisfying as actually sharing it? This recent Off-Broadway hit takes a fascinating futuristic trip into the mystery of memory, identity and the limits of what and who technology can replace. Don’t miss the Maine premiere of this provocative new play and Pulitzer Prize finalist.” We talk about that and more with Christopher Schario.