Bird in the Hand by Jorge Ignacio
In this wry comedic play, an adolescent Felix recalls working summers at his father’s tropical-bird theme park in Miami, where imported flamingos serve as a metaphor for his feelings of entrapment, estrangement and disconnection. Through movement, video and sound, the birds played by actors help Felix reconstruct foggy and embellished memories of his past.
A NYT Critics Pick
“A sad, funny comedy… A delightful piece. The dialogue is fresh…” —The New Yorker
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