A woman sits upright. She waits. The air within her changes and shapes her world. Her age, her home, her memories will fall apart and be rebuilt from a state of waiting. Who is she waiting for? And why? Big Hand, Little Hand is a new solo by Shlomit Fundaminsky in which she examines time and movement in a body that is helpless, passive, and the body acts as a container of memories. She investigates the physical and mental state of waiting, and uses her own physicality as evidence of a story that was, and a character who was.