Unannounced incidents can change your perception of the past and the future. As hidden details emerge from the dark they jolt you out of your familiar outlook and rhythm. The guideposts and perspectives you usually adhere to slip away and are replaced by transient fragments of sensory impressions and images. The here-and-now is just a thin membrane between what has been and what might be.
In unannounced the audience embarks on a sensual journey deep into the darkness of the theater, where nothing is certain except for the disorienting power of illusion and imagination. On this journey time is neither linear nor cyclical, but fluctuating and discontinuous. The performance plays with perception and perspective as it loads each moment with both expectation and longing before dissolving into new impressions and experiences or fading to black.