If an object had consciousness, what would its thoughts be? What experience of the world would it have? And what would human beings look like from its perspective?'Sandy' is the unique place between reality and fantasy in which two similar and yet very different 'women' can meet, think, talk and be themselves.'Sandy' is a play about femininity and womanhood which, by exploring an encounter between a woman and a female object, reveals their relationship to the world and the role they cover in society. They both long for freedom, but the expectations and definitions imposed on them make their goal almost - or fully - impossible to reach.The play also explores the way in which a connection can be created through communication that is essentially unilateral. Neither fully listened to or heard, words often seem to fail the objective of their characters while still acting as the vehicle through which their emotions come to meet.