On stage is a big parabole-mirror and a woman.
The mirror is also called “mirror of hope” and is actually used as a sun cooker to prepare food, but becomes a theatrical object with which the actress tells old Khoi-San legends as well as tales from between worlds, daily life stories and true lies.
Thus appears the lonesome woman at the fire – even before the big light – the mother who is so big, she has to bend down to touch a Marulatree and the grandmother who is burned.
A charming play with sound, movement and the special tongue of the objects. With a playing woman who is witch as well as holy.
„As she twirls in and out of this giant prop, she uses sound, light, movement and a simple storytelling style to give imagination flight and to encourage her audience to make their own journey.” Diane de Beer, 31 Aug 2006 Pretoria News