Written by W. David Hancock
Directed by Melanie Joseph
Featuring W. David Hancock, Nancy Hanway, Dennis Baumwell
In my museum I will display objects that are clues to who I am. A book of matches of a praying mantis on the cover, a postcard from the 1936 world’s fair written in Arabic, a blood stained wool hat I found on the side of the road. If you are sensitive enough, you will feel the eidolons emerging from these relics. – Mike
I’ve got plenty of stories, that’s for sure. There’s a hidden flow of information that comes out of my head twenty-four hours a day. That’s the secret of my illness. You have to understand with me, there’s a secret black liquid behind everything I say. It’s behind the words, It flows from me to my past, connects me to everything I’ve ever seen and every place I’ve ever been, so that I see everything all at once. I can’t look at somebody without seeing the connections. – Ida
OBIE Award for BEST PLAYWRITING
Drama Desk nominee for “Original Theatrical Experience”
From the tactile to the analytical … a precious feast for all the senses.
One of the most arresting pieces I’ve seen … a tantalizing new wrinkle in the art of participation.
NEW YORK NEWS DAY