Naomi Yoeli invites guests from the audience to intimate encounters around a round table. Projected images and short stand-up sequences divide the stage into fragments, seeking to be united through stories that reveal themselves from within the drawers of the table. Some of the stories should never be taken seriously; others should never be told.
“My ex-stepmother-in-law is a sculptress, a fantastic cook and a brilliant storyteller. For over forty years I have met her every Saturday morning for coffee and cake, drinking up her stories thirstily while insisting on extracting the ultimate, definitive answer as to what happened and why.
‘But I haven’t told you anything yet,’ she says.”