A well-meaning but unreliable clown attempts to explain the Book of Genesis.
Were Adam and Eve set up to fail? Did Abraham truly intend to sacrifice his son? Why did Lot's wife really turn into a pillar of salt? Through household objects, puppets, physical theater
and live music, Thingumajig Theatre creates a world where profane objects are sacred and the sacred is hilarious.
Looking at Rain Bear in video performance, above, for example, I wonder what levels the art could be taken to.
It intrigues me because of the deep need for community input and its multidisciplinary engagement for performances such as this to truly succeed.