Philip Glass and Robert Wilson’s opera Einstein on the Beach. It is described as a meditation on time, place, spaces and events, human beings and machines.
It has no narration, no plot and follows no biographical intention. The audience can take breaks at any chosen moment. The words used and sung are either numbers or syllables, with occasional monologue.
We dive into a world where time is deconstructed into moments, where images and reflections invert into each other; where the players juggle their way towards the final frontier of the meaning of life, or life’s absence of meaning.