Peach pie, 2006
1 male – 1 female (optionally, a girl playing the violin and a boy dancing…)
A tragicomedy in two acts. A couple celebrates the 25th anniversary of their wedding. He is an advertiser, she is a violinist. The particularity of the play lies in the fact that in the first part it is only the man who speaks, while the woman speaks during the second part, except for the closing scene, where they both talk for a while. Although they address each other, it is as if they are talking to themselves, as if they are thinking out loud; but the other person cannot answer, even though they are part of the action. In a single room, the truths and lies of a long life unfold, while a peach cake lies on the table, bitter like poison.