Ori Lenkinski on Curtain 2: Adi Boutrous and Andrea Costanzo Martini

Thoughts that ran through my mind during Curtain 2 in no apparent order:


  • The evening is incredibly symmetrical.
  • When you are walking down the street with a good friend and you trip, it doesn’t really matter.
  • The urge to Shazam is strong.
  • To watch a person do what they love is a pleasure and this is what these people love.
  • Those wiggly movement on the floor are fantastic, funny and unusual.
  • If this is an accurate representation of Israeli masculinity, we’re in good shape.
  • I tell my female friends that I love them. We hug, we say “I miss you so much”. Perhaps the expression of non-romantic male love is simply being yourself next to that person.
  • I become fascinated with the way in which Andrea’s costume fits him, the materials of it, how it moves.
  • I have not read the program notes but I wonder what was in there.
  • I feel optimistic.