“I am all the daughters of my father’s house,
And all the brothers too: and yet I know not.”
Twelfth Night II.4
“I hate those curtains- you never asked me if I wanted them or not.”
An autobiographical performance devised using elements of a psychophysical approach. A solo piece, aimed at fourteen year olds and above, that tells a true story; a tale of expectation, identification, addiction, and love. Using beautiful imagery and exploratory interaction with objects, the piece moves the protagonist from a state of inner conflict and addiction through love, separation and divided loyalties to an attempt at reconciliation with self and others.