You Will See Everything
more as a poem than as a piece of theatre.
I went in expecting a play,
and then a short film,
but neither of these labels quite seemed to fit.
Instead, it’s what would happen
if you made a poem into a piece of digital media
This comes from the text itself.
The rhythm of the script feels like
and rather than having a clear narrative,
the piece is composed of a series of
vivid images/sweeping statements/
bold concepts/raw emotions.
functions as the speaker of the poem,
(in the literal sense and the literary),
giving us these words in a way that’s both
intense and abstract,
feeling like a warped extension of the writer.
It was split
into parts that felt like
The piece was
I spent most of it thinking about
words and how we
put + them + together
which is to say
You Will See Everything,
was a poem.