Alan Vochec: IS This production is a consideration of the earth and the human presence upon it seen in relationship to our placement in the universal realm. The production springs from the philosophical point of view that the human body, as known to us, is a self adjusting vehicle customized to carry it's DNA-code across the barrier of time. The planet earth, being the host organism upon which the human-lifeform-vehicle has been alotted a finite time-frame to prepare for and launch it's eventual departure, appears as the main character in a musical chain of thought focusing on humanity's individual as well as collective similarities as opposed to it's religious and dogmatic differences. A state of globality may find it's way into human awareness in a period of time when human consciousness is elevated to a level where survival of the species in the universal realm, as a global unit, becomes a more urgent priority than patriotic borders and dogmatic stubbornness. Main characters: The choir of love: The universal constant of love. The automated human: Routinely working hard in order to sustain a preferred quality of life. The dogmatic characters: Stylized religious and dogmatic groups that tear apart the earth flag. The resigned pacifist: The freedom fighter who has concluded that love only seeks to fulfil itself. The love wizard: A colorful messenger of love. The hopeful ones: Their future is now and they see an eternity of space and time in eachother. The helpless child: A small girl who experiences the world as frightening and strange. The opressed human being: Knowledge and wisdom has become his grave and greatest enemy. Mother earth: A woman of great energy, powerful anger and deep sadness. She is ragged and torn, but keeps an aura of pride.