A country and a society in free-fall ...
In an era dominated by the image, where the image is about to replace the substance of things and the individuals’ truth, the playwright focuses on precisely these.
He focuses on the human faces when they laugh or ache, trying to capture them and understand them when they become “alive”; to understand their choice to live the way they do.
The result? A National Gallery. Bold, sneaky, vulgar, funny and tragic stories of the everyday life.