'Sometimes a Flame Needs Darkness to Ignite' - Naz Knight.
"I Can See What The Dark Looks Like" is an immersive, digital, poetry, theatre play. Exploring what it is to be human and transformative of both people and spaces. The play connects the audience to each other and the space, not by specific experience, but by the emotional reaction the experience produces.
The multidimensional nature of "I Can See What The Dark Looks Like" emphasizes healing and transforms both people and space. The play creates feeling spaces and explores what it is to be human. Going beyond superficial differences and artificial labels such as colour, race, religion, gender, age, ability, etc. instead focusing on compassion, empathy, appreciation and joy, from which healing naturally occurs.
"I Can See What The Dark Looks Like" part of The Collateral Beauty Series (CBS), explores Libby's story, a young, black, woman from Luton. CBS investigates what it is like for her to grow up in a post-war, post-industrial, working-class town; as she tries to become all she wants to become. Pursue a changeless sense of who she is, where she has come from and seeks to reach the place she wants to go.
Publisher: NINE RED Presents... (CIC)
Number of pages: 300
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 30 mm