“Everyone’s Business” is an intense drama, with many comedic elements, in which a series of interconnected people talk about the same ill-fated person whom they have known at different times in his life. They each openly voice their personal opinions, recollections and judgements, meanwhile spotlighting prominent issues in society—suicide, sexuality, drugs, foster care and religion. It reveals how injustice and tragedy typically results from other people’s ignorance and selfish actions. (Rated M)
The play is complimented by transition videos between acts to fill in the gaps and show the audience what has occurred over time beyond that which is portrayed on stage. These transitions use a variety of visual and digital media (without dialogue) including a photograph slideshow, stop-motion animation, go-pro capture, comic strip and shadow puppetry, to build upon the play’s narrative.
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