Outpost uses a simple set up (9 chairs, 9 actors, a screen, projections, a bell) and concerns a letter written from Lesotho, southern Africa. The piece begins as a reading, but quickly explodes away from the page as the actors engage with the narrative and the characters it elicits, and with tangents those characters pursue, and with the actors own observations and stories. It's a partially scripted, partially improvised performance piece with infinite narrative possibilities, controlled and not-controlled by the actors - but also controlled and not-controlled by the audience. Ultimate power rests with the little golden bell. Reservations are not required, but seating is very limited.
For reservations email: firstname.lastname@example.org.