Sometimes we find ourselves searching in and from a “don’t know” space that is filled with echoes, reflections, and glimpses of children’s games.
It is un-nerving.
I think of the term “playwright.” Why don’t we spell it “play-write”?
Because we need our hands not just our heads to shape the new.
"Playwright" comes from the archaic English term, wright. We are like wheelwrights, cartwrights - ready not only with ears and eyes, but with hands trained to shape and craft play.
We are fishing in the land of paradox to catch edges, moments unseen, and words un-whispered.
I want my intuitive leaps to lead to something timeless and hypnotic – creating a space to pause and re-figure.
Let’s hope that we can mix vulnerability with skill, to keep things as raw and fresh as possible - to fill a bottle with light and more that just one P.O.V, perhaps some Beckett, Brecht, and a little Shakespeare.
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