It starts as it always does. Beginnings are deprived of secrets and originality. Beginnings are cliché because we rarely finish anything but we're always eager to start something. Endings are vastly outnumbered by beginnings and if this beginning of mine is any different from past ones - it is its self-sufficiency. This beginning, tucked in uniformity of great majority, decided it doesn't need an ending. Terrified from what will critics say, director decided that this play will last forever.
Beginning would not be a beginning if it would contain anything relevant. Therefore, I will just say that I'm excited.