The Sea The Mountains The Forest The City The Plain
“Sometimes it’s the sea, other times the mountains, often it was the forest, the city, the plain too, I’ve flirted with the plain too, I’ve given myself up for dead all over the place, of hunger, of old age, murdered, drowned, and then for no reason, of tedium, nothing like breathing your last to put new life in you” - Samuel Beckett, Texts for Nothing
Written by Matthew Freeman (The Hollow, That Which Isn’t), The Sea The Mountains The Forest The City The Plain is a full-length monologue that takes audiences on an epic journey of friendship and loss. Directed by David Cote (Something Something Uber Alles, The Scarlet Ibis) and performed by Robert Honeywell (City of Glass, The Listeners).
Details coming soon.
(Image: Caspar David Friedrich "Wanderer above the Sea of Fog")