A tragicomedy of the unfelt in 2 parts: In the post-apocalypse a couple hopes to see their mute daughter, and a plane crash victim waits for the birth of the post-post-post. More…
In this apocalyptic puzzle, a couple in a laboratory/kitchen collects ash and tries to stay awake, hoping to see their mute daughter again. Outside dead bodies lie on the shore, a slow-motion plane crash victim awaits the birth of the post-post-post, and the hiding sun creates confusion and chaos. Can they all find a way to survive, make meaning, or even escape?
See it if you relish being let in to a play without a logical narrative and with actors who are certainly extremely agile and enthusiastic.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of theater of the absurd.
See it if If you want to see actors chopping jello with a knife and dispersing water & baby powder while careening about the theater.
Don't see it if Whenever you see terms like "experimental or anarchic" theater, run for the hills. This would be one of them.