The fragility of reality: the drama of Will Eno

For the artists involved, the staging of a theatre play requires what surgeons and philosophers call a suture. A stitching on, in a physical sense, of what it is saying, the world it is conjuring up. Without this personal connection, drama is a just jumble of vocalised third-person sentiments and self-conscious arm waving. Add the human element, via the suture, and the activity is transformed