If dinner could talk, could it tell the story of the moon? It can and did.
Previously we shared how, Italo Calvino published a novel about many travelers who meet up in a castle. The characters tell their personal journeys through a deck of Tarot cards. Flip by flip their individual stories unfold. Card by card their collective story became a single fabric. The genius is that the characters are not limited because they do not have words. Communication can take alternative forms and still leave the audience mesmerized, enriched and transformed. So why not try this with […]
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