Framed is an intimate look into womanhood as experienced and understood by the ever-sensitive and insightful Danielle Agami. Growing up, Agami was surrounded by special female role models, especially her mother as the center of the household. As with so many Israeli woman, her mother’s strength and presence set the tone, color, and atmosphere every day. Yet below those strengths a fragility and ceaseless drive for perfection also thrived.
In the solo performance, Agami unravels her experience as a woman as she hosts a curious, expecting audience. She wonders about the mission of hosting, asking herself "What is expected for me to provide?"
The work is full of humor and honesty coupled with Agami's unforgettable physicality.