‘What a crazy paradox that is. The industry that is based on pure beauty, whether it is the beauty of people’s minds, if you write; people’s gestures and movements, if you paint or play a musical instrument; people’s selves, if you act; people’s souls, thoughts, talents, auras, energies – makes you feel so ugly. Creating that beauty in any way, serving it to others, you crush your own soul, spit on it, mold it, destroy it with mind-eating doubts, hesitations and self-beating. It celebrates flaws and imperfections, but almost never forgives you your own.’ ‘(No) Leaves On My Precious Self’ takes audience through the mind and life of an emerging actor. It explores challenges and every day madness of a career in performing arts. Beautifully moving between physical theatre, musical theatre and spoken word pieces, the show offers a light-hearted but deep and thought-provoking night of entertainment.