Set in a hypothetical reality, this new work explores how the relationship between man and woman has evolved throughout the years and how this relationship has become a struggle for power. More…
The play shows the dehumanizing effect of industrialization, the growth of the cities, and how people grow apart from their traditions; dramatizing the awakening and suffering of the characters. These people live immersed in social failures, values with no meaning, and a war between men and women. In the end, everyone loses.
“This masterpiece took three years to workshop in Los Angeles and was well worth the time spent. I love experimental theater when it’s created from ideas. This action/play is just that...This stimulating, gratifying and for some mystifying play is well worth your time. It speaks to our modern social dilemmas in silence, music and new forms of dance. It is a tragicomedy of philosophies and ideologies worthy of Charlie Chaplin. I hope there is more to come.” Full Review
“A singular experience. The eerie, nihilistic, Strindbergian performance hits the audience with a visceral and twisting silent terror...A world that stirs our most profound fears...The movement work is incredibly strong...There is clearly a linear structure to the production, but it is best experienced in waves. To live within each moment, and float or crash into the following, feels most appropriate for fully investing in the dystopian world so meticulously created. ” Full Review
"Impeccably rehearsed and performed, the one-hour presentation moves along at breakneck speed...Despite the grim visuals and situations, I found the production original, most entertaining and, is does it sound strange to say, fun? The Company performs with a total and endearing commitment to the work and very clearly makes many important and topical points in a non-threatening and entertaining way." Full Review
See it if You have never seen anything like it. Each person may have their own interpretation. Total new EXPERIENCE.
Don't see it if NOT A lot of speech. If you look away you may get lost. Intense drama. Lotsa symbolism.
See it if You’re up for a visually striking, endlessly inventive and tightly choreographed experience performed by an outstanding ensemble.
Don't see it if You’re unable to simply go with a purely theatrical experience, need plot or narrative or dislike experimental theatre of any kind.
See it if you've done your homework. This ain't your mother's traditional musical or play. Come prepared. It's intelligent, hypnotic & VERY different.
Don't see it if you need to be spoon-fed a clear plot arc twist & resolve w/o having to think or blink. You'll be forced to THINK during & TALK afterwards.
See it if you appreciate diverse presentations with great lighting, music, choreography, sound and video by a youthful cast giving it their all.
Don't see it if you want a linear play. This is a series of scenes, with very few words, in which you watch, think, interpret and make your own conclusions.
See it if Very nicely staged, with elaborate costumes and choreography. This is mostly a dance/movement piece, albeit with distinct plot lines.
Don't see it if This could benefit greatly from a much stronger set of performers. I was mostly admiring what the director wanted to show rather than
See it if you like absorbing non-verbal avant-garde vignettes focusing on sexual topics showing man/woman relationship(I think) evolving over the ages
Don't see it if you wish to see a play that is not weird or if if you object to plays focusing on genitals and sex. Some would describe it as "Sick/Dirty"
See it if you're up for a dance-movement piece exploring power structures & silent male-female encounters that involve combative and rough sex
Don't see it if you need a linear plot, snappy dialogue, reasons to laugh, or a happy ending; you're looking for a traditional drama; you prefer musicals
See it if You're into visually stunning situations that make you think and reflect about our humanity, society, life and the whole system we live in.
Don't see it if You're not ready to see the dark side of humankind.
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