ll The Times I Did Not See Potsdam by Heloise Wilson is an experimental and whimsical show about happenstance and hope. While a solar eclipse approaches, four women meet in the cafeteria of a German Palace to untangle what brought them there. Part art installation, part theatre performance, All The Times I Did Not See Potsdam is a non-linear piece exploring missed opportunities and the emotional maps we build for ourselves.
A unique opportunity to see a multilingual, global story that is not American-centric featuring an extraordinary cast of women from Morocco, France, Australia, Haiti, Canada, the U.S., and Venezuela: Métuahlème Dary, Mischa Ipp, Mouna R’Miki, Heloise Wilson, Sofía Figueroa, Miriam Simmons, and Lauren Lloyd Williams. The play examines immigration, terrible airport experiences, and displacement with humor, vulnerability, and poetry.