Last winter, I had the privilege of working on my fourth project with The Circle Theater of New York (CTNY) and my third project with the Théâtre National du Luxembourg (TNL) – ‘Strangers’.
To summarize it briefly, ‘Strangers’ was an exploration of several ideas, most notably surveillance culture, the idea of immortality, and the effects of climate change. As a vehicle, we loosely adapted an Argentinian novella called ‘The Invention of Morel’ by Adolfo Bioy Casares the deals with very similar subject matter. For more information, you can refer to the description in the video.
I also had the pleasure of being able to remain in Europe for a month after we had closed the show. I stayed for two weeks in Utrecht, and then another two weeks in Berlin, where I met with a dear old friend and collaborator, David J. Romero, the Executive Director of Todos Somos Mariposas and a celebrated filmmaker and visual artist.
This video was generously taken by David during our time together in Berlin, and I’m very happy to be able to share it with you today.
Thank you and enjoy!