Some things in common perhaps
An empty house in New York City serves as a backdrop for a performance of Voice, Body, Language and Someone – played by four performers. Their encounter alternates between alienation, power, coercion and claustrophobia. At one point they find their agreement in their mutual misunderstanding. Meandering between signifiers, confused subjects, and furnitures for empty rooms, their performance seeks to question the commonalities and differences of a repeatedly claimed repetition of history.