How did your bunk bed become your work desk?

May 6, 2012

It is time. Time to prepare for the future. There will be nowhere for you to sleep.

We experience bark in cycles, in our journey home from the ferry on the path in the dark.

We don’t want to want eyes.


Yesterday we came up with an extremely productive work strategy: the communal nap. Collaborators enter a heightened state of focussed concentration towards resolving narrative or structural inquiries in the performance piece. Dreams yield extremely viable solutions.

Especially when the soundtrack is this:

Today was another long work session but we channeled the Banff Centre and scheduled one full meal during a reasonable dinner hour. We are writing new text, new songs and prepping for our first meeting with our shadow puppeteer Sean Frey, tomorrow!

Sweet Island dreams under the supermoon . . .

kb, er, di, cj


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