What if they had never tragically died? What if they had found the words to tell their families and declare their sentimental independency? What if their families had accepted such a stubborn love and let them free to numb under their daily consumed and ordinary love story?
They would have become Mr and Mrs Montague, an ordinary couple facing life together, growing old with sleepy eyes, garbage and kids.
What’s left of love, what changes, what exhausts, what fulfils, all this translates glimpses into gestures, raises up to surface what in the heart has a texture and what has not.
The aim of this work is a deep consideration about mature love and the feeling that remains, that saves, that shines on what really matters.
A group of “dancing bodies” of different ages (from 14 to 60) will perform on stage.
The aim is to create a choral scene where common ground between different ages and bodies is highlighted.