Two Letters & A Postscript is a reluctant dance that may (or may not) remain ‘undanced’. It’s the retelling of a fragment of a story. About remembering memories — being left waiting in Chicago, saying hello to Hansel and Gretel, though as two strangers. Its territory is a black box; its inhabitants take on the small moments – of self-love and self-preservation, of selfies and wefies, and a promise of meeting.
Based on Qasim Riza Shaheen’s Misplaced Memoirs; developed and devised by Qasim Riza Shaheen with Mary Ann Hushlak, dramaturgy.