New York City
Faye Driscoll: You’re Me
Abrons Arts Center Henry Street Settlement, Off-Off-Broadway
Faye Driscoll’s You’re Me considers how we are constantly made-up and un-done by each other. In this evening-length duet, Driscoll probes and obfuscates the inescapable nature of relationship as the contemporary, archetypal, fantastical, and personal crash into each other, bending and warping in one shrug, quarrel, or reframing of a scene. Imbued with the adrenaline of potentially dire consequences, You’re Me is a moving portrait of the impossible struggle to unhinge the palindromic loop of self and other.