We are real messy human.
by Stephen Karam
directed by Joe Mantello
produced as part of the official Broadway national tour
November 17, 2017 – December 17, 2017
Bagley Wright Theatre
Stephen Karam’s The Humans is an uproarious, hopeful, and heartbreaking play that takes place over the course of a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his Pennsylvania family to celebrate and give thanks at his daughter’s apartment in Lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the ramshackle pre-war duplex and eerie things start to go bump in the night, the Blake clan’s deepest fears and greatest follies are laid bare. Our modern age of anxiety is keenly observed with humor and compassion in this new American classic that won the 2016 Tony Award™ for Best Play.
- Run time is 90 minutes with no intermission.
“The Best Play of the Year!” – The New York Times
#drama #theater #stage #SeattleRep
Actually it is quite on point since I DON’T AGREE & yet your use of the word WE (Xor your sign) assumes otherwise.
Strangely however i think you will find that it is just as difficult to disagree with everyone, as to agree with someone #PML Inevitably you will encounter somebody who agrees with something with you yourself align.
In your case that seems mostly to be #RushLimbaugh. I don’t know, at the subtext goes, “We are real messy human.”
Maybe, someday contemplate the question “Who am I?” until you get the point.
Here is an example of why I don’t watch CNN https://www.infowars.com/triggered-media-goes-into-meltdown-over-trump-feeding-fish-in-japan/
that & they overtly ran a Trump impeachment paid advertizement when I turned it on last night to find their take on the Texas Church massacre yesterday.
You life DonQuixote quest seems to be to find others such that as a group you can say WE to them. #IDK whether it is the protection of a crowd, a reaction to GW’s secrecy (which you also don’t understand) xor something else. Only you when you contemplate your Ego (I am in Latin) is likely to discover it.
from a previous post:
& the jousters at windmills & Don Quixote’s of the World:
#agreement’s power is not in how it “protects” an individual … but rather in how it competes as in this meme: the more people agree on X, the more X exists. Some things are not that way, but certainly all of the political and religious propositions we argue over are subject to the truth of that meme.
I can not fathom how that could be directly related to #GW’s secrecy … that is kind of a different issue with me. In any case, i discovered this on my own … and expressed it here starting with that which i have said under the tag #WillToBelieve. Strangely enough, it may be one of the places where me and nathan agree … but he does not ack that all things are not subject to that meme … eg “that the sun rose this morning right on time”.
… but, it’s not the only way. It’s messy because it is a game on top of reality. Line up with the intrinsic nature of reality itself and there are bountiful shared experiences available that are not messy at all. That being human is a messy business is only one of the games people come to play.
when i am 100% just inside my own reality, i can make it up to be whatever neatness that i desire.
but when i live on the edge … in the world of others … i can not, nor will i, nor do i want to straighten out everybody else’s business. me, i much prefer to live in the #messy uncertain world of others. it invigorates me.
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i have this narrative that goes every consciously living human is like one neuron of the whole being that is humanity. one single eye is not very resilient … not robust. this human being is changing … is waking up … let us see with it together.
It is invigorating to live on the leading edge creating your own reality, and to let others create their own reality. Stay in your own business.
Isolate yourself as a discrete other and separate yourself, part of your experience, from the rest of yourself, your whole experience, at your own risk of incompleteness and inefficiency! It is all you … your whole experience … is you.