Performance is observing, what happens to person, who suffers under "father hunger". Subject sources are real stories and medical researches.
One important way to handle reduction of father hunger is trough spiritual journey, what is not a grueling path of tediously observing endless thou shalts and thou shalt nots. In fact, says Rabi David Aaron, one of the tools necessary for a kind spiritual journey is a good sense of humor. With humor, people can "get beyond their take on the situation and see it within a greater context, from a higher perspective."
To Let Go is not to stop caring,
It's recognizing I can't do it for someone else.
To Let Go is not to cut myself off,
It's realizing I can't control another.
To Let Go is not to fight powerlessness,
But to accept that the outcome is not always in my hands.
To Let Go is not to try to change or blame others,
It's to make the most of myself.
To Let Go is not to fear less, it's to love more.
Director-Choreographer: Teet Kask
Performed: Külli Roosna - dancer, Harriet Toompere - actor, Kiwa - performing artist
Light Designe: Margus Vaigur
Sound Design and partial visuals: Kiwa
Costumes and stage design: Teet Kask
Supported by Cultural Endowment of Estonia and Cultural Heritage Department
Lenght: 50 min
Premiere: April 26th, 2010, POT Festival, Tallinn