Next week a commission work for a theatre company in Stuttgart is due. We started to work on it last february with some basic material experiments and improvisations, and I continued working every here and then. These days last things have to be done in a hurry, and soon it's over.
Main things I learned? - Decisions are important. Dare a lot, but think about it properly before starting the first act on it. Improvisation is a true friend for the performer of uncommon tasks. Don't work when very tired.
That's it. Results will be shown on stage next week, but some previews here:
last night I was invited to a proper diner into a proper restaurant.
Unfortunately I had just put my only pair of warm shoes into plaster to take a cast of them.
That's why I left the house in borrowed 45-sized shoes.
When I felt the waitress' gaze on my feet I didn't even start to explain.
It suddenly felt very absurd.