That’s the crack.
If something like freedom can be found in practices of difference and if we are truthfully trying to get free, then what shifts are required in our modes of storytelling?
In its explorations of sisterhood, home, and grief, Bernarda’s Daughters experiments with other, varying, different ways of engaging audiences and collaborators. What happens when we break from the linear? When we disrupt convention? When we bother tradition by making new rituals?
Difference is a practice.
Freedom is a practice.
Care is a practice.
What happens when we commit to these rehearsals?