Wild mints are worth a plot, and we are just the group to plant them! This is what Wild Mint Productions is all about, creating original productions that are wild and different, but also of mint quality and in mint condition. Wild Mint Productions is the place where ideas, scripts, plays, and performances are minted – like coins are made in a factory, our performances start with a base material, something that doesn’t always make sense, but is fostered and grown into something that becomes like a mint of it’s own – performances of lasting value that appeal to native-English speakers and non-native English speakers alike. Wild Mint Productions is based in Prague but I plan for this company to be a product of the world. First of all we intend to perform Deja Vu at the Prague Fringe Festival 2012 and then onto the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.
So what is Deja Vu? So what is Deja Vu? Deja Vu, as you are probably already aware, Deja Vu is the odd feeling that you have seen something before. It literally means: already seen, although nowadays it is commonly taken to mean “already visited”. Scientists can’t agree on what exactly triggers deja vu, although they do have some ideas, mainly that it is the result of miscommunication between the left and right hemispheres of the brain, and more spiritually minded people believe that it is the result of living previous lives, and scientists meanwhile have their own ideas that deja vu is the result of a miscommunication between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Given the ambiguity of the concept of deja vu, and the fact that the nature of time and space itself is so complexing, not to mention perplexing, the concept of deja vu is an enticing concept to get your head around, especially seeing as the nature of the universe will probably never be completely solved means that the concept of deja vu will probably never be solved let alone if you are trying to understand it because you would first need to understand the nature of the universe itself. Probably.
Is time a long straight line heading into oblivion without rhyme or reason, or is time a giant ball of string tangled and knotted, with all the different strands of possibility intersecting like a giant ball of string? Sometimes in life we find ourselves in situations where one single moment can decide an entire lifetime of fate, but what if these moments were all happening at the same time – what if fate is that giant ball of string? Deja Vu, the play, will solve all your questions. Well, some of them anyway.
On this website you will find information about the new upcoming play titled Deja Vu which will be entered into the Prague and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals 2012. I am really excited about creating this group and about the upcoming show. Things are moving along quite nicely! You can expect to find details here about the group, and updates about the progress of the project.