One event on 22 April 2023 at 8:00 pm
One event on 23 April 2023 at 7:00 pm
One event on 28 April 2023 at 8:00 pm
One event on 29 April 2023 at 8:00 pm
One event on 30 April 2023 at 7:00 pm
Dates and time
Friday 21st April 2023, 8pm
Saturday 22nd April 2023, 8pm
Sunday 23rd April 2023, 7pm
Friday 28th April 2023, 8pm
Saturday 29th April 2023, 8pm
Sunday 30th April 2023, 7pm
What does the Future have in store for us? What will the Future be like? Will it be a Star Trek Future? Will it be a dystopian Blade Runner Future? Or will it be something else completely?
Edward Bond’s CHAIR is a trip to an apocalyptic future; one where family means nothing and people are divested of their humanity. It is a future where humanity becomes a product and life becomes a new version of Auschwitz. And what difference can a chair make in such a Future?
Alice takes care of Billie, a young girl in her early twenties who is autistic and has ADHD. Billie loves drawing and loves to show Alice whatever she draws. However, Alice is intent on keeping Billie a secret lest the State takes her away from her. Then, one day, a blast from Alice’s past hits the two women. Alice notices a young soldier outside their flat accompanying an elderly prisoner. Alice takes pity on the prisoner and decides to offer her a chair.
It is a decision that changes their lives altogether. A decision that brings the State into their lives.
Stage Manager: Rachel Zammit
ASM: Nikolai Azzopardi
Sound Design: Michael Quinton
Set Design: Romualdo Moretti
Lighting Design: Chris Gatt
Light and Sound Operator: Stefan Scerri
Props Manager: David Micallef
Alice: Erica Muscat
Welfare Officer:Faye Paris
This Project is supported by Arts Council Malta and the Malta School for Drama and Dance.