A missing book
A symphony of first kisses.
A medley of chaotic friendships, forgotten family, and conflicting selves.
A casebook of connections & social chemistry.
An exposé of humanology.
Blending verbatim text and physical theatre practices,The Messiness of Human Relationships is a devised work of virtuosic movement-theatre that is charismatic, intimate, touching and simply human.
Told through a tapestry of stories taken from real-life interviews & episodes, with the occasional quirky fiction, each story offers a peek into the connections that surround us, and celebrates identity, recognition, vulnerability and our fears of complete solitude.
Following on from Jérémie Cyr-Cooke’s much-lauded solo show Blood on the Moon, Cuisle Productions returns with this warm ensemble performance that celebrates the ‘messiness’ of love and relationship in all their varied forms.
Hightlights - The Messiness of Human Relationships (part I, GTF18)