Party in A Spreadsheet, Corkscrew Festival 4.0 (August 2020, virtual)
with Chia Lynn Kwa, Haleh Roshan & Tomson Tee
You're invited to a house party but we can't have a house party so the house is made of spreadsheets. Also invited: a book club of goats, an unhappy goat/woman couple, an abandoned pile of babies. It's a potluck so I hope you bring some food. It's a dance party so I hope you're in comfortable footwear. It's a garden party. It's a darkened room. It's a slaughterhouse line. Did I not say that? Is that unhappy woman in the kitchen okay? Don't worry, the goats are busy in the parlor arguing over the reading material. You could be the one dancing on the lawn to the rasp of knives being sharpened. Welcome.
︎︎︎THE PARTY IS ALREADY OVER BUT YOU'RE STILL WELCOME
Developmental Reading, The New School for Drama (2020)
Postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19
On a production line, which is also the entire world, a woman and a goat meet and fall in love, despite the blood. Despite the knives.
In the distant past, and the far future, choruses of pirates and goats convene to discuss important questions about their societies: Is this the best economy we could invent? Who invented it? Who must die to keep the economy running, and how can we make those deaths as invisible and exciting as possible?
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