On an ordinary night, in a place you might pass by everyday, two performers make several attempts at saying goodbye to all the past and future people to leave the city. Using a camera and some really long cords they transform a public street corner into a live video backdrop, and play with audience participation to illustrate key elements of relocation. There are also stories about community, about what it means to live in a community, and the ways that choice greatly impacts who we become. They also imagine the place if everyone that left had stayed.
The two performers make sound recordings and photographs of the city to be used in the performance creating a perspective that is thoughtful, local, and temporary.
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