C (Chaos) and O (Order) together embody the essence of all Nature. Their lives are infinitely long, and filled with glorious effects.
Yet O is frustrated with C. His constant, meddling interruptions have caused them both unending mayhem, including the agricultural, industrial and digital revolutions, Monotheism, Romanticism, multiple mass extinctions, and the violent collapse of our entire Universe.
In time, O learns to accept C for his spritely quasi-genius, and C learns to adapt himself to O's devout sincerity. Yet, once more, both are faced with the same, old question: how might they work together, without reeking even more havoc?
Ezra Elia is a published author and playwright, known for the cult arts satire We Go to the Gallery, which he wrote with his sister Miriam, and the Beckettian rodent nightmare, The Diary of Edward the Hamster 1990-1990.
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We made this decision after discussions with our authors who, overwhelmingly, told us that they value the in-person feedback of a live audience.