Written by Jonas Kuprys

Silence is golden.

This is a play about how much we really tell and how much we keep for ourselves. It is a story of a couple who has just broken up and their lives after that, interrupted by nameless background players, their dialogs and monologues, speaking about different things but same ideas. The play begins with the break up when the girl is kicked out of boy’s apartment where they spent most of their time together. As the play is building up, she learns more and more of the things the boy has kept for himself. After facing the truth and people’s opinions on it the girl tries to understand her own opinion. Background players, who are not directly involved in the main story, also try to speak up but they, too, have to face the fake necessity of silence. Is the world full of secrets or of silence?