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Deemed “One of the Top Ten Theater Events of 2005” by the SF Weekly, one window is about the panic, as well as peace, that come with confinement. With rhythmic power tool instruments, five performers build their own confined structures, which become both portals to freedom, and cages for the restless.

A work about existential crisis, dead bodies buried within the Great Wall of China, the trash compactor from Star Wars (the voices in your head when you realize the inevitability of walls moving closer), and the desire to drop and become one with all 6,514,675,721 people alive on the planet.

 
 
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