8-11 January, 15-16 January 2002, 65 Kerbau Road
"The audience is brought in, and an hour and a quarter later sent away, now wondering whether there is more to our world than we'd previously thought. There might not be a 'plot' as such but the universe created in this production is utterly complete and believable." - The Flying Inkpot
Two beautiful losers scour the city for the relics of faith. As they bear witness to the heaven held in these everyday things, they deliver up lessons on impotence, the afterlife and other modern headaches. Not only do they share their prophecies and revelations with us, but also their take-outs and tidbits. During one of these lessons something bad happens and all hell is let loose. We can't say anymore about that now...
Director: Paul Rae, Text: Simon Jones, Cast: Gerald Chew, Kaylene Tan, Sound: George Chua, Photos: Jack Tan, Ben Slater