|The action takes place in a
playground. A rollercoaster with its upward movement, and a panoramic
wheel, a never-ending cycle, are dominant in the playground. Humans use
the rollercoaster as a course for their offerings to gods. This course
being the rollercoaster itself reaches into the big mouth of a clown
symbolising Zeus. The broken panoramic wheel serves as a dwelling place
for birds. When they start creating their territory, the panoramic wheel
gets rolling. The panoramic wheel is a link between gods, birds and
humans. The birds then gain control over the rollercoaster and hence the
supply of donations.
In the final episode, the gods and Pistheteros with his new wife emerge from the mouth of the clown. They start a new journey in a new world.
|New Theatre Institute of Latvia|