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 want to see a rule-breaking, boundary-crossing, thought-provoking, vexing, playful, moving, post-apocalyptic, absurdist theatre piece.
Don't see it if ur numb to the tensions surging in our current climate that lead to questioning what the future holds for society; u dislike experimentation
See it if In an underground kitchen, the effects of the apocalypse cause a couple to dive deeply into the theatre of the absurd. Intense dramedy.
Don't see it if Second of a trilogy. Unsure if prior commitment is necessary for satisfaction. Despite cling splosh provisions, expect some sploshing about.
See it if you like edgy, experimental theater that finds new ways to explore the human condition.
Don't see it if you prefer linear plots that make sense.
See it if totally surprised by this. these are great artists doing great work. it was engaging and fascinating and unique.
Don't see it if i didn't get the story (but it didn't matter). i didn't like the second part (with just the one guy).
See it if you want a fun filled experience of absurdism by a company that has a exuberant, delightful grasp on the genre.
Don't see it if if you can't let go of your need for a narrative that makes sense.
See it if Inventive, clever & daring are just 3 ways to describe this show, which is a throwback to the experimental downtown theatre from the 80s.
Don't see it if You are squeamish or don't like audience participation.
See it if You’re open-minded, have a sense of humor, and in search of something DIFFERENT
Don't see it if You’re prudish, hate intimate theatre settings, afraid of getting water splashed on you, or dislike audience-participation