Because a memory can be so suggestive. It can be all you need.
by Adrian Hornsby
premiere 3 Jun 2003, Sudden Théâtre, Paris
Three Parts is a study of relationships, an orchestration of interior monologues, and a tone poem for voices. By turns funny, bleak and beautiful, it explores the timing of memory and experience.
It is written in a unique form of verbal counterpoint. The actors’ lines, rather than following one another, overlay and flow through each other, like the parts of a string quartet (see).
13–15 Dec 2001, Espace Créateur, Paris (Part II)
3–8, 17–22 Jun 2003, Sudden Théâtre, Paris (premiere)
17 Jan 2006 (as radio play), Resonance 104.4, UK