Blank

It began with Hutter's frustration with her seemingly bland heritage, or feeling "blank", and the implied boundaries this set on her artistic ability and creations.  From this, the work grew into a rich and winding narrative based on the stories captured during a series of improvisations with the cast.  It was clear that no one was "blank".  We all have our stories, and carry these onto the stage with us.  It is here where we are able to celebrate our uniqueness and connect with the humans sitting on the other side of the curtain.