• This noteworthy street triptych - based on poems by Joyce Carol Oates - is a story about a sophisticated feminine world. The main character begins a multidimensional, metaphorical journey. The childhood, growing up or even prenatal period are the way that builds the conscience of woman's nature. But this trip also prints inside of her codes hard to decrypt, habits hard to break and wounds that heal over shallow and with suffering. Deliberately or not, during her whole life she puts on the black cream. The searching for feminine power is nothing new in theatre, but in this performance is so special, because it happens in the public place. The link with something primal in woman's womb, head and soul is weakened and trivialized by the contemporary civilization. So shall she find her self-esteem? Shall she scrub the black cream? Is her journey giving any hope? You've got to judge it on your own