Do you ever think about how all your friends are more successful than you are?
Do you ever hate them?
“You see you flew – yes, you reached out your wings and flew above us. And that’s okay.”
A must-see for artists and theatre-goers alike. Join One Question Theatre on a journey, equal parts hilarious and depraved, into the twisted nucleus of artistic jealousy. Explore the depths of pettiness that can be reached when a friend exceeds those around them in this darkly comedic and comically dark play by Mark Ravenhill.
A play about creation, for creators. pool (no water) explores and interrogates the purpose of art, how it’s intent can be warped, and how it can be used as a vehicle for the self-absorbed…
Do we create for ourselves? Do we create for recognition? For social change? For money, fame, and a luxurious swimming pool?
Ponder these questions at pool (no water) and see just how far friendship can be thrown into the deep-end by success, jealousy and art.
“For today, we are all artists.”