An ingenious theatrical gem, small metal objects unfolds amidst the high volume pedestrian traffic at Whitehall Ferry Terminal. With individual sets of headphones, the audience is wired in to an intensely personal drama being played out somewhere in the crowd. Gary and Steve are the kind of men who normally escape notice. But here they play an inadvertent but pivotal role in the night of two ambitious executives they've arranged to meet for a transaction. As the intimacy of their situation develops, small metal objects emerges as a sly and luminous depiction of everyday issues most take for granted. Photo Credit: Jeff Busby

An ingenious theatrical gem, small metal objects unfolds amidst the high volume pedestrian traffic at Whitehall Ferry Terminal. With individual sets of headphones, the audience is wired in to an intensely personal drama being played out somewhere in the crowd. Gary and Steve are the kind of men who normally escape notice. But here they play an inadvertent but pivotal role in the night of two ambitious executives they've arranged to meet for a transaction. As the intimacy of their situation develops, small metal objects emerges as a sly and luminous depiction of everyday issues most take for granted.


Photo Credit: Jeff Busby


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UTR 2008 - Whitehall Ferry Terminal