In their different ways, these plays are existential suspense stories, centred around a universal concept of time. The past is recreated through present moments, the future hinted at through shared memories, yet experienced from different perspectives. Fosse’s drama explores life lived in unexpected ways, with a sense of otherness pervading the present and colouring the characters’ relationships.
The Dead Dogs (written in 2002)
Sa ka la (written in 2003)
Sleep (written in 2003)
Warm (written in 2004)
Rambuku (written in 2005)
Shadows (written in 2005)
I Am the Wind (written in 2006)