"I have a message. A struggle, a mission. Something deep in my guts, a message to share with humanity."
The water is rising. The world outside is crumbling. Alone in a room, an old man and an old woman set out chairs ready for the arrival of a very special audience.
Theyve invited everyone. The dancers, the chancers, the editors, the creditors, the picketers, the hecklers, the Leavers, the Remainers, the Remoaners. Even the bankers. All the movers and shakers are gathering to hear the old mans final message to humanity. But will the message ever be delivered?
Translated, adapted, and directed by Omar Elerian (Misty), this exhilarating new version of Eugne Ionescos tragic farce reflects on a life lived together: on what has been, what might have been, and what it all really means.