Roast Beef, 1994
2 male - 2 female (and a mute woman)
The work is a metaphor of the myth of the House of Atreus. Clytemnestra is the successful owner of a guesthouse and is having a love affair with Aegisthus – whom she keeps tied to a leash. When Agamemnon returns home, Clytemnestra falls once again in love with him and decides to spare his life. The dead Iphigenia reclaims her parents’ love and yearns for her mother’s succulent specialty; the roast beef that rumors say is made from the blood of the guesthouse’s innocent residents.
A black comedy where love collides with destiny and subverts the myth.