Michel Azama's haunting text about life, death, division, war and loss, told by a cast of unruly spirits.
A theatrically free interpretation of Crossfire, creating a surprising and harmonic patchwork of theatrical styles. Film, tragedy, clown, chorus work, dance and music are brought together by a crew of comedians on a "naked" stage: no backstage, just two lines of chairs, a few props and the light and sound tables. When the audience enter, the performers are already there, playing. Throughout the piece all changes are visible and the technique is not hidden but done by the interpreters never leaving the stage. At the very end there is no stage, just space.