Twilight Station (2014) - developed for Quest international visual theatre festival - @ Baltimore Theatre Project (MD) - concept/direction/choreography/environment, object, and costume design
Twilight Station follows the journey of three people who meet in an obscure station, a juncture of arrivals and departures. Traveling through the multi-layered time and space in their pursuit of lost selves, they encounter with each other repeatedly in different dimensions where their past lives, dreams, and illusions get revealed and intertwined. I was drawn to the works of a Japanese film director, Seijun Suzuki, whose work is known for the frequent use of implied moments. Actors make eye contacts. There’s an implication that something is going to happen, but nothing does, which creates the tension/release and unexpected timings. Twilight is an ephemeral, in-between time for these minuscule moments to happen and cause quiet ripples which explode into significant moments years later.