Running time: 50 minutes
The Sensemaker shows the inner turmoil of a woman as she tries to meet the impossible expectations of a synthetic voice. Smartly dressed, standing behind a phone, she is slowly stretched to her limits. Flipping between different languages and genres of music, her moves are precise as she strains to keep her tightly orchestrated routine in time. As the voice's demands become absurd, she has to choose between obedience and integrity. Will her hopes to succeed be stronger than her growing confusion?
'A hilariously, excruciatingly relatable look at the fears and frustrations of modern life' - What's On
'Ingenious, subversive and scurrilous' - The Reviews Hub
'An ideal metaphor for our interconnected world' ★★★★ The Stage
'Playfully subversive' ★★★★ British Theatre Guide
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ Fringe Guru
★★★★ Edinburgh 49+3
Created and performed by Elsa Couvreur.
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