Two baby-boomer couples are driven to the end of their rope, facing their last illusions. They express, in a dense, terse manner, what is rarely said aloud. The play roams the corridors of a chaotic consciousness, that of an author who can neither write nor sleep, a man submerged in systematic doubt and the rage of powerlessness.
The scenes, like black-and-white snapshots against a red background, fuse time and space. Lighting and sound effects sustain this collective gasp, which is electric and always on the verge of exploding. And it does explode, spontaneously, into a delirium that splits apart the screen of the non-stop.
CREATED AND DIRECTED BY DANIEL BROOKS AND GUILLERMO VERDECCHIA PRODUCED BY DA DA KAMERA