an original work in three acts by sabley sabin
Two friends go running, wait for a table at a restaurant, share a beer and ponder love. A couple faces the inevitability of separation. A woman opens to possibility and the embrace of her partner. Humans confront the consequences of their actions, and the power of words.
The human experience is one of attempted connection – sometimes it works, and the words – the stories that we share – bring us together, bridging the gap between us. Sometimes they fall short, landing between us as barricades. Either way, shared or isolated, our stories – everyone’s stories – are true.
everyone’s stories are true, is a collage of human experiences, reflections on language, relationship, and our need to both connect and stand alone.