I’m getting back into sharing things I have written. Remember that was a thing I used to do? I should do it again. For fun. Why not? I posted this on Facebook a week ago and it got a big response, partially from the tribe of mothers on there. This
The Bench from Sara Bynoe on Vimeo. This video is the result of a workshop I did this January with Ant Hampton during the PuSh Festival. His workshop is called Fantasy Interventions. It’s a workshop on imagination and writing for site-specific theatre / live urban interventions. For artists and practitioners from
I don’t even think we had rubber boots on at the time. My ripped jeans were soaked right up passed the knees. Plaid shirts wrapped around our waists and clipped in our centre parted hair were plastic little girl barrettes. It was 1993. Sarah and I were 13 years old, jumping into puddles on a warm spring day. Hockey moms drove by and glared at us with a look that scoffed, ‘ugh, teenagers.’ But we didn’t give a flying fart what anyone thought. We were best friends (Best Friends Forever!) splashing in the last days of childhood.