Glass Mind Theatre Company launched in January with a festival of short plays based on ideas that people tweeted, Facebooked, and e-mailed to it. The troupe followed that up with a tweaked take on a Norwegian fairy tale that used basic sets and images projected onto a screen to create a thoroughly charming night at the theater. And this month, it kicks off its first full season with two world-premiere one-acts about the internet. The whole multimedia thing could come off cutesy and pointless in lesser hands, but Glass Mind's talent makes it feel fresh and fun. We can't wait to see what it does next.