How do you connect with someone close to you who only believes in their own subjective world? How can you stop them from escaping reality and undertaking fatal attempts?
Two brothers wander away from reality, whilst a soft yet compelling night radio show fills the void.
“It’s time to walk to the light and accept your fate with open arms.
Scared? Don’t worry.”
Sometimes I sit and think and sometimes I just sit is developed by performers of Theater We Out Here, under the direction of artist educator Steven Dinkgreve. The texts are inspired by Japanese literature and contemporary rappers. The young performers show a great arsenal of poetic metaphors and dialogues that are transformed into a renewed language.