About the show
Any teenager has once said to their parents: "You don't understand me", and at that moments starts the yourney to adulthood. But adults, stubbornly clinging to "you don't understand me", resemble children in adult bodies.
As the creative team tries to reanimate their childhood experiences, a series of misunderstandings begin that threaten to derail the entire show. Five supposedly grown people start behaving like stubborn teenagers - not hearing or seeing each other, but trying to make everyone listen to them.
Can a work of art be created in such conditions and what regularity does it follow - an unconscious desire to express the anger accumulated in oneself, or a lack of recognition from adults in childhood, which manifests itself in a narcissistic desire to show oneself and reveal oneself as if completely naked? Maybe someone is driven by a victim complex. Perhaps the very process of creating a theater performance is violent and it must be allowed to be realized so that the performance is born and lives independently of the artists who created it.