A woman works in an office. Each day she dresses in the same clothes, catches the same train, has the same lunch, has the same conversations. This repetition begins to become suffocating yet as she looks to others it seems that they are content: happy to carry on each day as the one one before. Then one evening she is returning home and she is caught in the light of the moon. A singular beam hits the soft ground and she bathes in it. She falls in love with the moon she no longer feels isolated or desperate to breathe. When she calls the moon to her it comes willingly. But her love comes at a price for having the moon to herself begins to cause catastrophic events as the world disintgrates around her and her stolen love.
This performance written and directed by Emma Bramley explored the isolation felt in modern society. The fight to remove oneself from the rat race but finding that there was no where else to go. The power of the moon and the obsession of replacing love with objects.