I see In The Wars as a book of short stories. I love this contract one establishes with the audience: first one story, then the second one… In our case you can count until six because this is the number of stories that we are going to present to you. Many things have been said about the significance of telling stories: to answer questions that we haven’t already put to ourselves; to take us to some places the names of which we still don’t know; to create disorder in a world ordered by the most powerful… Stories can talk about love, pain, and the unknown better than philosophy or any other discipline can do. In our case we have used a classical device in literature: to put a secondary character of several wars in the forefront: a dog, a barbie, a ring, an unknown daughter… Because this is another power of literature converted into theatre: to give voice to the ones that normally don’t have it. All done with the art of the invisible stitching.