Step into a queer dreamscape of pulsing music, neon shadows and shimmering reflections; where the story of a lone figure, floating in a void, unfurls in slow and startling ways.
It starts with an innocuous encounter between two men in New York: one a famous photographer, the other a nameless drifter. But when their “street photography” interview takes an unexpectedly up-close-and-personal turn, things begin to unravel, plunging the audience into a maze of hospital corridors and underground clubs where truth and fiction meld, and pleasure is never far away.
A cross between Laurie Anderson’s circular storytelling and David Lynch’s unsettling atmospherics, Come Closer is a captivating solo performance for audiences who want to explore the underbelly of autobiography, intimacy, and sexual risk-taking today.
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